September 13 – Connect with VA mental health care resources


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Are you going through a difficult time? Or looking for ways to support a Veteran in crisis? VA offers a range of mental health care services to empower Veterans to live full and meaningful lives.

Join representatives from VA and Veterans of Foreign Wars for a Facebook Live event on September 13 at 1 p.m. EDT as they discuss the challenges Veterans face, how to recognize the need for care and where to go when you or someone you know needs help.

Discover available support and have your questions answered in the comments section following the video.

This event is part of the “#ExploreVA: From Service to Success” online series highlighting how Veterans and their families use VA benefits and services. These benefits help Veterans earn degrees, start careers, buy homes, stay healthy and more. Visit Explore.VA.gov for information on events, resources and how to apply for VA benefits.

Explore VA today.

If you’re a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one, qualified responders are standing by to help. Call the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 and press 1, or send a text to 838255.

Author

Timothy Lawson

Timothy Lawson has been a member of VA’s Digital Media Engagement team since April 2016. He graduated from American University’s School of Communications in 2016 with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. Tim is a Marine Corps Veteran having served as a Marine Security Guard posted at embassies in Algeria, Russia, and Peru.

Comments

  1. James    

    Hi there my name is James T Mcphillips and would love to pursue a career in the mental health field.. .Being a veteran patient myself at one time gives me a better understanding of what the patient is going through on a daily basis.I have met the finest mental health techs in the business.ever since meeting them I said to myself I would love a job like this.So I’m reaching out to whom ever it may concern .For a chance to be in the top growing medical field today .So if this happens to come across someone who feels my passion for making the world a better place for our veterans please contact me.Sincerely James T Mcphillips (Personal information redacted)

  2. Celeste Lovett    

    Eutaptics or Faster EFT, by Robert Gene Smith has been helping so many overcome the symptoms of PTSD among many other s physical/memtal symptoms…and VERY QUICKLY. Are veterans offered instructions on how to incorporate EUTAPTICS (faster EFT) into their mental health care? If not, please let vets know about this and offer instruction. This method has gained worldwide attention and is HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL with QUICK & LASTING RESULTS.

  3. David Sharp    

    I look forward to learning more avenues of approach to help Veterans. As an accredited VSO, this will be another tool in my box.

  4. David Sharp    

    As an accredited VSO, this will be another tool in my box to help Veterans.

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