• VA supports experiencers’ path of recovery, resilience

    Your path of recovery is yours. Find your resilience and seek help after an incident of sexual assault or harassment.

  • PTSD: When someone shares a trauma

    You may not know what to say when someone you care about shares a PTSD trauma story. Learn tips to have a conversation that offers support.

  • PTSD Screening Day: Knowing is the first step

    National Center for PTSD is launching PTSD Screening Day, encouraging Veterans who experienced trauma to start a conversation about recovery.

  • The Greatest Mission: Caring for those at risk of homelessness

    The mission of the Errera Community Care Center is to help individuals struggling with homelessness to live successfully in their communities.

  • Healthier drinking habits to improve your wellbeing

    The VetChange mobile app can help you to stop or cut back on drinking and learn healthier ways to manage PTSD symptoms.

  • VA services build hope after sexual assault

    VA wants everyone who has experienced sexual assault to know services are available to support healing…with a variety of options to choose from.

  • Naloxone can save the lives of at-risk Veterans

    Learn more about naloxone and how it can save a Veteran’s life. It’s available for free from VA for those patients who need it.

  • Let’s talk about substance use

    VA has many treatment options to help Veterans recover from substance use. Here are valuable links to information and programs.

  • Veterans embrace recovery and team building

    Group therapy is conducted with mutual support of one’s peers. Veterans strapped on harnesses and climbing shoes at the Red Rock Climbing Center to face obstacles and reach new heights.

  • Discover the benefits of a VA psychiatry career at the APA virtual meeting

    VA will host a virtual career booth at the American Psychiatric Association Annual Meeting, May 1-3 for those interested in a VA psychiatry career.

  • Alcohol Awareness: Risks and resources for women Veterans

    In 2018, over 5 million American women aged 18 and up had an alcohol use disorder. Among women Veterans who received VA care, 24% had engaged in binge drinking. VA has many options to help them.

  • Veterans: Hear stories of recovery

    MakeTheConnection.net is an online resource designed to connect Veterans, their family members, friends and other supporters with information, resources and solutions to issues affecting their lives.

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