Help For Veterans

Many of us who have served in the military were conditioned to be strong, to not be afraid, to suck it up and soldier on. Make no mistake, there are good things about being conditioned that way. Some of it helps us through good times and bad. However, there is no shame in getting help. There are people that love you and want to help you. We are here for you any time any place.

Ways to get help:

  • Get Help in a Crisis

    The National Center for PTSD provides links and information to help you locate VA and other mental health services in your area.

  • Find a Therapist

    Describes types of professionals who provide therapy and medication for PTSD and trauma issues.

  • Self-Help and Coping

    Find out what to expect after a trauma and about self-help tools that can help you manage stress reactions.

Help for Veterans

  • Care for Women Veterans

    Describes VA services offered to women Veterans, including the Women Veterans Health Care Program.

  • PTSD Treatment Programs

    Information on specialized treatment for PTSD within VA Medical Centers.

  • VA Benefits and Claims 

    Answers to some questions about PTSD and service-connected disability that are frequently asked by veterans. Provides information about resources for treatment.

More information on PTSD:

What is PTSD?

PTSD related resources

Symptoms for Veterans with PTSD

Living with/Helping a Veteran with PTSD

Understanding PTSD treatment

Tips for understanding a Veteran with PTSD

 

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