• Teamwork makes the dream work: How we collaborate to help Veterans

    When it comes to world-class patient care multidisciplinary teamwork, VA sets the bar higher every day. We always push ourselves to improve our facilities and expand our services, all while maintaining a vibrant, compassionate culture in which Veterans can heal.

  • Help Veterans cope with the stresses of PTSD

    As a member of our team, you can help research treatments and solutions, expand the evidence base for effective solutions and help disseminate that information on PTSD.

  • 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.

  • “C” what VA recruiters can do for you with these three steps

    When you contact, communicate and coordinate with our VA recruiters, a career at VA can be at your fingertips.

  • VA research will bring precision medicine to mental health

    With precision medicine, disease prevention and treatment are tailored to an individual’s clinical, lifestyle and genetic information.

  • PTSD Bytes #11: PTSD resources for family members

    In this episode Pearl McGee-Vincent discusses PTSD resources for family and loved ones with Dr. Steven Sayers, director of Coaching into Care.

  • Effects of harassment on mental health

    When harassment is repeated and recurrent, it can be tough on the body. It adds up over time and can affect wellbeing. VA provides support.

  • Veterans Crisis Line helps identify, support Veterans in crisis

    The Veterans Crisis Line (1-800-273-8255) continues to expand and evolve to find the most effective ways to serve.

  • PTSD Bytes #10: Crisis resources and support

    In this episode of PTSD Bytes, Pearl McGee-Vincent discusses crisis support resources with Dr. Lisa Brenner, rehabilitation psychologist.

  • Self-reliance may affect acceptance of mental health treatment in Veterans

    NHRVS is the brainchild of Dr. Pietrzak, director of the Translational Psychiatric Epidemiology Laboratory of the VA National Center for PTSD in West Haven, Connecticut. NHRVS―called “Nerves”―is a nationally representative survey administered to Veterans both inside and outside the VA health care system.

  • The Veterans Crisis Line is here for you

    You have questions about the Veterans Crisis Line; we have answers. You are not alone and the Veterans Crisis Line is here to support you.

  • Study: national economic burden of PTSD `staggering’

    The researchers estimated the cost of PTSD at $232.2 billion for 2018, the latest year for which data were available at the time of the study. They called for increased awareness of PTSD, more effective therapies, and the expansion of evidence-based strategies to “reduce the large clinical and economic burden” of that mental health condition.

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