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  • Adjustment Disorder

    Adjustment disorders can make dealing with stress difficult and may affect everyday activities. There are effective treatments for adjustment disorders that help Veterans get their lives on a better track quickly.

  • Anxiety Disorders

    Anxiety disorders in Veterans may develop as a result of traumatic or stressful events. Treatment works and can help you deal with anxiety symptoms.

  • Bipolar

    Bipolar disorder causes extreme mood swings that may interfere with your work, relationships, and enjoyment of life. Effective treatments are available to help Veterans with bipolar disorder get their lives on a better track.

  • Depression

    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.

  • Effects of Military Sexual Trauma

    Military sexual trauma (MST) can happen to women or men and it is a difficult experience that may be hard to talk about. Fortunately, there are effective, confidential resources available to help you deal with the effects of MST and get your life on a better track.

  • Effects of Traumatic Brain Injury

    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.

  • Problems with Alcohol

    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.

  • Problems with Drugs

    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.

  • PTSD

    PTSD may develop as a result of traumatic events. Treatment works and can help you deal with PTSD symptoms.

  • Schizophrenia

    Schizophrenia can affect Veterans of all ages and backgrounds but it doesn’t have to interfere with your life, work, and relationships. Treatment can help you overcome your symptoms and improve your quality of life.

  • Suicide

    Suicide can sometimes seem like the only way out, but there other ways to overcome your problems. There are resources and support to help Veterans and their family and friends deal with suicidal thoughts and behavior and get their lives on a better track.