• PTSD Bytes #17: PTSD and relationships

    PTSD Bytes: Host Pearl McGee-Vincent discusses PTSD and relationships with Dr. Leslie Morland and Dr. Kayla Knopp, clinical and research psychologists.

  • Finalists selected in $20M Mission Daybreak grand challenge to reduce Veteran suicide

    Today, VA named finalists and Promise Award recipients in Mission Daybreak—a $20 million challenge to help VA develop new suicide prevention strategies for Veterans.

  • VA announces grant funding for community-based suicide prevention efforts

    VA has awarded $52.5 million to 80 awardees in 43 states, the District of Columbia and American Samoa for community-based suicide prevention services in fiscal years 2022 and 2023.

  • VA releases 2022 National Veteran Suicide Prevention Annual Report

    VA’s latest National Veteran Suicide Prevention Annual Report shows encouraging downward trends in Veteran suicide counts and rates, yet ongoing critical work remains.

  • PSA highlights women Veterans

    September is Suicide Prevention Month. A new PSA encourages women Veterans to reach out for help when needed and to help find the right VA resources.

  • PTSD Bytes #16: PTSD and Anger

    Dr. Pearl McGee-Vincent discusses PTSD and anger with Dr Margaret-Anne Mackintosh, a clinical psychologist at the National Center for PTSD.

  • VA therapies relieve depression symptoms

    Evidence-based therapies help Veterans recover from depression. Talk with your VA provider to identify the treatment plan that’s best for you.

  • VA can help Veterans manage their drinking

    If drinking alcohol is affecting your life or the life of a Veteran you care about, know that VA has a variety of proven treatments that can help.

  • Mental health resources help Veterans, families

    Salesforce has launched several new mental health resources and training modules to help Veterans and their families.

  • New Veterans Crisis Line number – Dial 988 then Press 1

    Spread the word: New Veterans Crisis Line number. Dial 988 then Press 1. A shorter, easier-to-remember way to get support quickly.

  • A new, easier-to-remember Veterans Crisis Line number

    A shorter, three-digit number provides an easier-to-remember way to access the Veterans Crisis Line. You are not alone.

  • Relief for chronic post-traumatic headaches

    Navy Veteran suffered post-traumatic headaches, severe TBI and anxiety. She found relief at VA’s Polytrauma System of Care in Virginia.

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