• VA’s services for those impacted by intimate partner violence

    VA’s Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program has information on services available for those impacted by intimate partner violence (IPV).

  • Believing in military sexual trauma survivors means supporting them on their path toward healing

    Veterans who experienced MST can find the support they need at VA to heal physically and emotionally. Treatment is free and personalized.

  • VA North Texas takes the White Ribbon VA Pledge

    April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month and the White Ribbon VA supports the national “Stand Up to Stop Harassment Now!” campaign.

  • How VA supports Veterans experiencing IPV during Sexual Assault Awareness Month and beyond

    During Sexual Assault Awareness Month, VA is emphasizing its ongoing work to ensure that Veterans and their partners who are experiencing or engaging in IPV are provided with the necessary resources and services through VA’s Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program (IPVAP) and other programs.

  • VA believes in survivors of military sexual trauma

    This Sexual Assault Awareness Month, VA speaks directly to MST survivors about their past trauma and their future recovery with the inspiring message: “We believe you — and we believe in you.”

  • You’re not alone: VA is here for MST survivors

    During Sexual Assault Awareness Month, VA is connecting with MST survivors and raising awareness of its MST related services and treatment.

  • Tee-shirts say “You’re not alone” to MST survivors

    Sexual Assault Awareness Month was observed at Fayetteville VA Medical Center with a display of tee-shirts created for the Clothesline Project by survivors of military sexual trauma.

  • Texas VA reaches out to support victims of sexual assault

    “We want all Veterans to know that they have the power to write the rest of their story. They decide where they go from here...VA is here to help.”

  • Speaking up, moving forward: VA supports survivors of military sexual trauma

    At VA, Veterans who experienced military sexual trauma have access to a wide range of services to assist them in their recovery free of charge.

  • A look at some of the VA programs MST survivors chose to help them recover

    Learn more about MST services available in the VA by speaking with your VA healthcare provider, contacting the MST Program Manager, or visiting your closest Vet Center.

  • VA highlighting ways to help MST survivors during Sexual Assault Awareness Month

    The Center for Women Veterans and VA Mental Health Services will partner during April to share how VA is engaging new voices and standing together to empower military sexual trauma survivors.

  • Sexual Assault Awareness Month: Getting Veterans connected with appropriate VA care

    MST-related treatment is available at all VA medical facilities and all treatment for physical and mental health conditions related to experiences of MST is provided free of charge.

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