PTSD currently affects over 20% of our brave Veterans and is one of the leading causes of self-medicating, suicide, and depression. The month of June is dedicated to bringing awareness to the struggle of PTSD, in Veterans, their families, friends, and communities. Below are lists of resources provided through the Veteran’s Medical Center, churches, non-profits, and state programs that bring awareness and offer assistance to those who live with PTSD.
By clicking on this link, it will take you to the VA’s website, enter your zip code and it will populate all the PTSD programs in your area and those closest to you.
By clicking this link, it will take you to an outline and services offered page and provide you with detail of how to apply for PTSD related services, including counseling.
By clicking this link, it will take you to the Crisis Line, you can call or chat immediately with someone. These phone lines and chats are always staffed.
By clicking this link, it will take you to an NON-VA organization that work with Veterans and their families.
By clicking this link, it will take you to a NON-VA organization that assists Veterans with service animals.