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Learn about harassment/sexual assault statistics, summer safety tips, bystander intervention training opportunities and harmful behaviors.
National Center for PTSD is launching PTSD Screening Day, encouraging Veterans who experienced trauma to start a conversation about recovery.
Clinical psychologist Pearl McGee-Vincent discusses trauma with Dr. Debra Kaysen, research scientist at the National Center for PTSD.
Reports of harassment and sexual assault taken seriously. All reports investigated and action will be taken. Report as soon as possible.
VA’s Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program has information on services available for those impacted by intimate partner violence (IPV).
VA wants everyone who has experienced sexual assault to know services are available to support healing…with a variety of options to choose from.
VA Deputy Secretary Donald M. Remy was a plenary speaker at the National Discussion on Sexual Assault and Sexual Harassment at America’s Colleges, Universities, and Service Academies held on April 6.
VA wants you to feel safe and welcome at all VA facilities and is dedicated to the zero-tolerance policy for sexual harassment and sexual assault.
Veterans who experienced MST can find the support they need at VA to heal physically and emotionally. Treatment is free and personalized.
VA has a zero-tolerance policy toward harassment and sexual assault. The Bystander Intervention course is an important tool toward that goal.
VA committed to giving Veterans support to foster healthy relationships and improve services to Veterans who’ve experienced domestic abuse.
VA recently initiated a pilot program to improve services for Veterans who have experienced or are experiencing intimate partner violence or sexual assault.
If you are a Veteran in crisis
or concerned about one, connect with our caring, qualified responders for confidential help. Many of
them are Veterans themselves.
Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net.
Last updated September 28, 2022
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