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No matter what you may be experiencing, there is support for getting your life on
a better track. Many, many Veterans have found the strength to reach out and make
the connection. To find the Veteran resources most helpful for you, fill in your
zip code or state below and then check the boxes to indicate the programs or topics
you are interested in learning more about.
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VA Medical Centers offer a range of acute care and community-based outpatient services, including mental health resources, diagnostics, homeless and alcohol/drug abuse programs, nursing home, and respite care. Patient Advocates are available to make sure your voice is heard at all stages of your treatment.
Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs) Outpatient Clinics are local VA locations that provide Veteran support through primary care, counseling and mental health services, laboratory analysis, prescriptions and radiology services.
Vet Centers provide readjustment counseling and outreach services to all Veterans who have served in any combat zone, as well as their family members. If you are a combat Veteran or experienced any sexual trauma during your military service, bring your DD214 to your local Vet Center and speak with a counselor or therapist—many of whom are Veterans themselves—for free, without an appointment, and regardless of your enrollment status with VA.
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Resources and Support
For every condition there are a number of effective treatments that can help you
cope with symptoms and greatly improve your quality of life. Learn more about the
journey to recovery.
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Taking a self-assessment can help you find out if your feelings and behaviors may
be related to treatable conditions.
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