• Make a difference in the lives of Veterans with PTSD

    During PTSD Awareness Month, explore rewarding VA careers that help Veterans take charge of their mental health and pursue fuller lives.

  • DAV highlights PTSD, homelessness in new video

    DAV’s promotes the development of supportive housing and services to assist homeless Veterans becoming productive, self-sufficient members of society.

  • Same Day Mental Health services for Veterans

    Reaching out for help can be difficult. Reaching out for help with mental health concerns, especially as a Veteran, can be downright painful. The military cultural standards of ‘never surrender’ and self-reliant ‘can do’ attitude, so integral on the battlefield, are ingrained in every Veteran. The Department of Veteran Affairs understands the difficulty many Veterans have asking for assistance and have committed to Be There for Veterans in their time of need with same day access to mental health services.

  • PTSD Awareness Month

    Knowing if you have PTSD is the first step to getting effective treatment. So, it is important to talk with a doctor if you think you have symptoms.

  • Every day is PTSD Awareness Day for VA center, doctors

    Roughly eight out of every 100 people will experience PTSD at some point in their lifetime, and almost 500,000 of the Veterans treated by VA have a primary or secondary diagnosis of PTSD.

  • Join us in observing PTSD Awareness Month

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  • “I made it!” Massachusetts Veteran with PTSD turns his life around

    June is PTSD Awareness Month. VAntage Point and VA’s National Center for PTSD introduce you to a Veteran who turned his life around with treatment.

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