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Mental Health Services, Suicide Prevention for Veterans, Family & Friends

November 11, 2012|Counseling & Psychotherapy

Veterans often experience significant behavioral and mental health problems including depression, anxiety, PTSD, sleep disorders, substance abuse and relationship struggles.

Additionally, traumatic brain injury is also a significant issue for many veterans. All of these difficulties have contributed to unprecedented numbers of suicides among veterans.

But help is available for veterans and their family members. If you or a family member are struggling with these issues, don’t wait another day. Get help.

The Veterans Crisis Line is available 24-7-365. They have an informative, helpful website and they offer texting and chatting options so that a person in need can reach someone immediately. You can contact them anonymously AND you do not have to be a veteran to contact them.


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