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Your path of recovery is yours. Find your resilience and seek help after an incident of sexual assault or harassment.
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.
VA has numerous jobs available to the general public, which means the start of your VA career might be just around the corner.
The pandemic has led to increased human trafficking by more than 40%. These changes increase the risk of exploitation in the Veteran community.
In a time of painful grief, a Veteran’s family paused to thank VA staff for taking care of their Veteran husband and father on his last night. “It brought so much comfort to our family.”
DoD released the 2019 Caregiver Resource Directory. It includes 114 pages of resources and programs that assist and support caregivers.
Bonnie Carroll talk about her military service, losing her spouse, founding TAPS, dealing with grief, and how survivors can get assistance through TAPS.
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 October 5, 2022
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