Some Veterans may have to face a challenging condition related to experiences from their military service or face a difficult situation from their personal life. Maybe you’ve heard of PTSD, adjustment disorder, depression, or other problems related to having experienced military sexual trauma. Perhaps a Veteran close to you has expressed concerns and may be showing signs of one of these or other conditions. Learn more here about a particular condition, review treatment options, find resources for support, and hear Veterans’ real stories of coping and recovery.
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PTSD may develop as a result of traumatic events. Treatment works and can help you deal with PTSD symptoms.
Depression can interfere with relationships, work and the ability to get through the day and it can affects Veterans from all walks of life. Treatment works and can help you deal with depression symptoms.
A problem with alcohol might be harming your health and relationships. Support and services are available to help Veterans overcome problems with alcohol and get their lives on a better track.
Using drugs or misusing prescription medications might be harming your health and relationships and could be a sign of drug addiction. Support and services are available to help Veterans deal with drug problems and get their lives on a better track.
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can affect your mood, behavior, and thinking ability. There are valuable resources to help Veterans manage the effects of TBI.