• Veterans: Reach Out for support when you need it

    Suicide Prevention Month: Resources available now and all year to help you face life challenges. You don’t have to go through anything alone.

  • Vet arranges flag honor for doc’s life-saving work

    Veteran Wilfredo Santo was so grateful for Dr. Marianne Goodman’s suicide prevention program at the Bronx VA that he arranged to have a flag fly over the U.S. Capitol in her honor.

  • VA Suicide Prevention: You are not alone

    MakeTheConnection.net is an online resource connecting Veterans and their families with help for challenges in their lives. Hear Vets describe how they made it through struggles very much like yours.

  • Emphasis on Suicide Prevention

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  • Texas VA partners with county for suicide prevention awareness:

      EDINBURG, Texas — VA Texas Valley Coastal Bend Health […]

  • If the Holidays Are Rough, Know that VA is Here

    The holidays can be stressful and isolating for Veterans. VA counselors are available via phone or chat room. If you need help, it's here.

  • Battle In Their Hearts

    Recognizing the signs of PTS and PTSD could save a life in crisis.

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