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  • A List of VA Resources (Veterans Affairs)

    The resources on this page assist with many aspects of military life and veteran status, including transitioning into and out of military service and managing health and wellness across the lifespan. The resources are recommended for active service members, veterans, families, and providers of services. These resources were assembled with recommendations from staff members at the Veterans Affairs (VA) centers in Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio.

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A List of VA Resources (Veterans Affairs)

The resources on this page assist with many aspects of military life and veteran status, including transitioning into and out of military service and managing health and wellness across the lifespan. The resources are recommended for the following:

  • Active Service Members
  • Veterans
  • Families
  • Providers of Services

The resources on this page were assembled with recommendations from the following:

  • Michael J. Biscaro, PsyD, ABPP (Forensic), The Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio
  • Patricia Hall, MSN, PMH CNS-BC, The Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center and Northeast Ohio VA Healthcare System
  • James Portner, LISW-S, LICDC-CS, The Chalmers P. Wylie Ambulatory Care Center in Columbus, Ohio
Our Partnership

Since 2001, Veterans Affairs (VA) medical centers in Ohio, Indiana, and Michigan have sought and received technical assistance—consulting, training, and evaluation services—from the Center for Evidence-Based Practices at Case Western Reserve University for the implementation of best practices and evidence-based practices that enhance services for veterans experiencing and recovering from mental illness and/or substance abuse.


(The resources below are listed in alphabetical order by title.)

Area Health Education Centers (AHEC)

The Area Health Education Centers (AHEC) program was developed by Congress in 1971 to recruit, train, and retain a health-professions workforce committed to under-served populations. The AHEC program helps bring the resources of academic medicine to address local community health needs. The strength of the AHEC Network is its ability to creatively adapt national initiatives to help address local and regional healthcare issues.

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans:
  • For Families:
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.nationalahec.org


Campaign to Change Direction

The goal of Campaign to Change Direction is to enhance the culture of mental health in America so that all of those in need receive the care and support they deserve. The Campaign encourages all Americans to pay attention to their emotional well-being, because it is as important as our physical well-being. Learn the healthy habits of emotional well-being.

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.changedirection.org


Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) | Military Culture Training

The mission of the Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) is to lead the development of a community of culturally mindful and clinically competent providers. The Center achieves its goals by delivering high-quality training and education, convening experts, and disseminating research-based treatment and knowledge about military behavioral health. The vision of CDP is a future in which all service members, veterans, and their families receive quality behavioral healthcare that meets their unique needs. Understanding the influence of military culture upon health-related behaviors will help service providers appropriately plan treatment to help each service member or veteran reach his or her personal, career, and military-mission priorities. This website includes four training modules of "Military Culture: Core Competencies for Healthcare Professionals."

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans:
  • For Families:
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.deploymentpsych.org/military-culture


Community Blueprint | Points of Light

Community Blueprint is an initiative of Points of Light, an organization dedicated to volunteer service. Community Blueprint serves active service members of the US armed forces, veterans, and family members. Community Blueprint offers a suite of resources to help communities work smarter together, create lasting change, and produce positive, measurable outcomes for veterans, military service members, and their families.

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.pointsoflight.org/programs/military-initiatives/community-blueprint


Community Provider Toolkit

This toolkit links community providers with information and resources that are relevant to the health and well-being of veterans. The toolkit supports the behavioral health and wellness of veterans who receive services outside the US Veterans Affairs (VA) healthcare system. Resources in the toolkit include information about screening for military service, handouts and trainings to increase knowledge about military culture, and mini-clinics focused on relevant aspects of behavioral health and wellness. This website (toolkit) was designed and informed by VA clinicians and staff at the National Center for PTSD and Office of Mental Health Services.

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans:
  • For Families:
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.mentalhealth.va.gov/communityproviders


eBenefits

This web portal is a collaboration between the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Department of Defense (DOD). It serves veterans, service members, wounded warriors, and their family members and authorized caregivers.

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.ebenefits.va.gov/ebenefits/homepage


Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR)

ESGR is a US Department of Defense (DOD) program that was established in 1972 to promote cooperation and understanding between civilian employers and their National Guard and Reserve employees. ESGR develops and promotes supportive work environments for service members in the Reserve through outreach, recognition, and education. ESGR assists in the resolution of conflicts that might arise between employers and employees who have military commitments.

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans:
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.esgr.mil

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Give-An-Hour

The mission of Give-An-Hour is to develop national networks of volunteers capable of responding to both acute and chronic conditions that arise within our society. By harnessing the skill and expertise of volunteer professionals, we are able to increase the likelihood that those in need receive the support and care they deserve. Since 2005 we have focused on providing free mental-health care to active duty, National Guard and Reserve service members, veterans, and their families. In 2016, we began expanding our efforts to address the mental-health needs of other populations.

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.giveanhour.org


HRSA | Health Resources and Services Administration

The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is an agency of the US Department of Health and Human Services. HRSA is the primary federal agency dedicated to improving healthcare for people who are geographically isolated and economically or medically vulnerable. HRSA programs help people who need high-quality primary healthcare; people who live with HIV/AIDS; pregnant women; and mothers. HRSA supports the training of health professionals and the placement of providers in areas where they are needed most. HRSA also supports improvements in healthcare delivery.

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.hrsa.gov


HRSA-Funded Community Health Centers | Find a Health Center

This resource helps you search for Health Centers funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). HRSA-funded health centers are community-based and patient-directed organizations that deliver comprehensive, culturally competent, high-quality primary healthcare services. HRSA-funded Health Centers often integrate access to pharmacy, mental-health, substance-abuse, and oral-health services in areas where economic, geographic, or cultural barriers limit access to affordable healthcare services.

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: findahealthcenter.hrsa.gov
Website: bphc.hrsa.gov/about/what-is-a-health-center
Phone: 877-464-4772 (8am to 8pm, ET, weekdays)
Phone TTY: 877-897-9910 (8am to 8pm, ET, weekdays)


Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of American (IAVA)

The mission of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of American (IAVA) is to connect, unite, and empower post-9/11 veterans. IAVA was founded and is led by veterans. It is the modern-day veterans hall for the current generation with over 400,000 members worldwide. IAVA is a non-partisan, member-advised advocacy organization which focuses on solutions for issues facing veterans today. IAVA conducts advocacy work and offers a case-management program to help veterans of all generations navigate government and non-government services available to them.

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers:

Website: iava.org


Make the Connection

Make the Connection is an online resource designed to connect veterans, their family members and friends, and other supporters with information, resources, and solutions to issues affecting their lives. This website has numerous resources for life events and experiences (e.g., preparing for deployment, injury, transitioning from service, jobs and careers, homelessness, education). It also has numerous resources for behavioral health conditions (e.g., addiction, depression, traumatic brain injury) as well as resources for signs and symptoms of emotional challenges and suffering (e.g., addiction to alcohol and other drugs, anger and irritability, chronic pain, confusion, eating problems, flashbacks).

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: maketheconnection.net


Military OneSource

Military OneSource serves active-duty service members, National Guard and Reserves, recently-separated service members, military families, and survivors anywhere in the world at no cost. Get assistance by phone and online at anytime—24 hours per day, 7 days per week (24/7). Military OneSource helps people live their best military life (Mil-Life) by offering a wide range of individualized consultations, coaching, and counseling. Non-medical counseling and support can be arranged anywhere in the world. Each person we serve is on a journey through the military-life cycle. We're here to help with robust online information and resources which have been reviewed by the US Department of Defense. In addition, Military OneSource connects you to high-quality programs, services, and products, such as the following: tax services, spouse employment help, webinars and online training, relocation and deployment tools, and much more.

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers:

Website: www.militaryonesource.mil
Website: www.militaryonesource.mil/web/mos/about-us
Website: www.militaryonesource.mil/military-onesource-confidential-help-eligibility
Phone: 1-800-342-9647


The Mission Continues

The Mission Continues empowers veterans who are adjusting to life at home to find purpose through community impact. We deploy veterans on new missions in their communities, so their actions will inspire future generations to serve. Since our founding, we have always been a nonprofit, non-partisan organization dedicated to bringing together veterans and innovative community organizations to create transformational change for communities in need all across the country. Our operations in cities nationwide deploy veteran volunteers alongside non-profit partners and community leaders to solve some of the most challenging issues facing our communities. Projects include improving community education resources, eliminating food deserts, mentoring at-risk youth, and more.

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families:
  • For Providers:

Website: missioncontinues.org


National Association of State Veterans Home Association (NASVH)

The primary mission of the National Association of State Veterans Homes (NASVH) is to ensure that each and every eligible US veteran receives the benefits, services, long-term healthcare, and respect which they have earned through their service and sacrifice. The organization also ensures that no veteran is in need or distress and that the level of care and services provided by state Veterans Homes meets or exceeds the highest standards available. This website includes a national directory of Veterans Homes throughout the United States.

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.nasvh.org


NAMI | National Alliance on Mental Illness

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for millions of Americans affected by mental illness. What started as a small group of families gathered around a kitchen table in 1979 has blossomed into the nation's leading voice on mental health. Today, we are an association of hundreds of local affiliates, state organizations, and volunteers who work in your community to raise awareness and provide support and education that was not previously available to those in need.

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.nami.org


National Resource Directory (NRD)

The National Resource Directory (NRD) is a website that connects wounded warriors, service members, veterans, their families, and caregivers to programs and services that support them. It provides access to services and resources at the national, state, and local levels to support recovery, rehabilitation, and community reintegration. NRD is a partnership among the US Department of Defense, Department of Labor, and Veterans Affairs. Information contained within NRD is from federal, state and local government agencies; veteran- and military-service organizations; non-profit and community-based organizations; academic institutions; and professional associations that provide assistance to wounded warriors and their families.

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers:

Website: nrd.gov


Ohio Cares

OHIOcares was started as a collaboration of state and local agencies to support the behavioral health of returning OIF/OEF veterans, current active National Guard members, and their families. Although the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is the primary source of services for veterans, this partnership identifies additional community-based resources. OHIOcares is staffed by the Ohio National Guard with independently licensed clinicians and should be an integral part of the decision-making process for all behavioral-health incidents involving and affecting active members.

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: ohiocares.ohio.gov
Phone: 800-761-0868


Ohio Department of Veterans Services (ODVS)

The mission of the Ohio Department of Veterans Services (ODVS) is to provide opportunities and resources for Ohio veterans through advocacy, collaboration, and partnerships. ODVS conducts outreach to veterans and provides training and oversight to the County Veterans Service Offices (CVSO) in Ohio communities (there are 88 counties in Ohio). ODVS supports, promotes, and provides numerous resources and services for veterans of the US armed forces.

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers:

Website: dvs.ohio.gov/main/about-us.html


Ohio | Operation Legal Help Ohio (OLHO)

Operation Legal Help Ohio (OLHO) is part of the Ohio Military/Veterans Legal Assistance Project. OLHO seeks to connect Ohio's low-income military personnel and veterans with volunteer lawyers willing to represent them free of charge in the following legal actions: landlord/tenant issues and evictions; credit-card debt and other consumer issues; employment challenges; uncontested divorce or dissolution; wills and advanced directives; VA benefits.

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: olhoh.org
Phone: 1-877-759-6182


SAMHSA | Service Members, Veterans, and Their Families Technical Assistance (SMVF-TA) Center

The Service Members, Veterans, and Their Families Technical Assistance (SMVF-TA) Center is an initiative of the US Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). The SMVF-TA works with states and territories to strengthen their behavioral health systems for service members, veterans, and their families. The Center provides technical-assistance support to military and civilian interagency teams in states and territories that are working to strengthen behavioral health systems. Technical assistance is also provided to SAMHSA stakeholders and grantees for issues related to behavioral health.

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans:
  • For Families:
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.samhsa.gov/smvf-ta-center


Student Veterans of America

The mission of Student Veterans of America is to provide military veterans with resources, support, and advocacy needed to succeed in higher education and after graduation.

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families:
  • For Providers:

Website: studentveterans.org


Team Red, White and Blue

The mission of Team Red, White and Blue is to enrich the lives of America's veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity. We define enrichment as creating quality relationships and experiences that contribute to life satisfaction and overall well-being. The concept of enrichment consists of three core components that comprise a rich life: health, people, and purpose.

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers:

Website: www.teamrwb.org


VA | US Department of Veterans Affairs

The mission of the US Department of Veterans Affairs is to fulfill President Lincoln's original promise to care for, serve, and honor America's veterans and their families. The VA operates the nation's largest integrated healthcare system with more than 1,700 hospitals, clinics, community-living centers, domiciles, readjustment counseling centers, and other facilities. The VA administers a variety of benefits and services that provide financial assistance and other forms of assistance to service members, veterans, their dependents, and survivors.

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.va.gov


VA | Clinical Practice Guidelines (VA/DOD)

This resource is a collaboration among the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), US Department of Defense (DOD), and other leading professional organizations. The implementation of evidence-based clinical practice guidelines is a strategy to improve care by reducing variation in practice and systematizing "best practices."

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans:
  • For Families:
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.healthquality.va.gov


VA | Coaching Into Care

Coaching Into Care is a national telephone service of the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) which aims to educate, support, and empower family members and friends who are seeking care or services for a veteran. Its goal is to help veterans, their family members, and other loved ones find appropriate services at their local VA facilities and/or in their community. It also provides coaching to family and friends of veterans who may be having difficulty adjusting to civilian life.

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.mirecc.va.gov/coaching
Phone: 1-888-823-7458


VA | Mental Health Services

This website features the "Guide to VA Mental Health Services for Veterans and Families." It is intended for veterans and their families, members of veterans-services organizations, and members of other groups interested in VA mental-health care. Use this handbook to learn what mental-health services your local or regional VA healthcare facility has pledged to provide to veterans.

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.mentalhealth.va.gov


VA | Mental Health Services Community Provider Tool Kit

This website was designed and informed by VA clinicians and staff at the National Center for PTSD and Office of Mental Health Services. It collects important tools and resources for working with veterans. This includes easy-to-access information about how to screen for military experience, understanding military culture, and referring individuals to VA services, as well as tools for working with a variety of behavioral-health concerns.

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans:
  • For Families:
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.mentalhealth.va.gov/communityproviders


VA | National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

The National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is an initiative of the US Department of Veterans Affairs. The Center for PTSD is dedicated to research and education about trauma and PTSD. We work to assure that the latest research findings help those exposed to trauma. The website contains useful information about making the decision to obtain treatment and where to find help. It also provides resources for learning directly from individuals who experience PTSD.

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.ptsd.va.gov


VA | Vet Center Website

Vet Centers are staffed by people within Veterans Affairs (VA) who welcome home war veterans with honor by providing quality readjustment counseling in a caring manner. Vet Centers across the country provide a broad range of counseling, outreach, and referral services to combat veterans and their families. Vet Centers guide veterans and their families through many of the major adjustments in lifestyle that often occur after a veteran returns from combat. Services for a veteran may include individual and group counseling in areas such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), alcohol and drug assessment, and suicide prevention referrals. All services are free and confidential.

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers:

Website: www.vetcenter.va.gov
Phone: 1-877-war-vets (1-877-927-8387)


VA | Veteran Employment Toolkit

This resource helps employers, managers and supervisors, human resources professionals, and employee-assistance programs (EAP) relate to and support employees who are veterans and members of the Reserve and National Guard.

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans:
  • For Families:
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.va.gov/vetsinworkplace


VA | Veterans Crisis Line

The Veterans Crisis Line connects veterans-in-crisis (and their families and friends) with qualified, caring responders from the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, and text-messaging service. Veterans and their loved ones can receive confidential support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers:

Website: www.veteranscrisisline.net
Online chat: www.veteranscrisisline.net/ChatTermsOfService.aspx?account=Veterans Chat
Phone: 1-800-273-8255 [press 1]
Text Message: 838255


VA | Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN) 10

Veterans Integrated Service Network (VISN) 10 is part of the "MyVA Transformation Plan" of the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). VISN 10 is comprised of 10 medical centers—including those in Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio—and a network of 63 community-based outpatient clinics. VISN 10 provides personalized, proactive, patient-centered care to more than 685,000 veterans throughout Ohio, Northern Kentucky, Indiana, and the lower peninsula of Michigan. Visit this website to find a medical center near you or to access information about becoming a patient, accessing benefits, and more.

  • For Service Members:
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers: Yes

Website: www.visn10.va.gov
Website: www.va.gov/directory/guide/region.asp?ID=1010


VA-Chillicothe, Ohio | Chillicothe VA Medical Center

The Chillicothe VA Medical Center is a resource of the US Department of Veterans Affairs that provides acute and chronic mental-health services, primary and secondary medical services, nursing-home services, and specialty medical services, including health clinics for women. The Chillicothe VA serves as a chronic mental-health referral center for VA centers in southern Ohio and parts of West Virginia and Kentucky. The Chillicothe VA operates six community-based outpatient clinics. It is part of the Veterans Integrated Service Network 10 (VISN-10), which includes 10 VA medical centers and a network of 58 community-based outpatient clinics.

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers:
Website: www.chillicothe.va.gov/about

Related Resource: See "VA | Veterans Integrated Service Network 10 (VISN-10)" above.


VA-Cincinnati, Ohio | Cincinnati VA Medical Center

The Cincinnati VA Medical Center is a resource of the US Department of Veterans Affairs. It is a two-division campus located in Cincinnati, Ohio and Fort Thomas, Kentucky that serves fifteen counties in Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana with six community-based outpatient clinics. The Cincinnati VA is an affiliated teaching hospital that provides comprehensive healthcare through primary care, dentistry, specialty outpatient services, and tertiary care in areas of medicine, surgery, psychiatry, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and neurology. 

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers:

Website: www.cincinnati.va.gov/about

Related Resource: See "VA | Veterans Integrated Service Network 10 (VISN-10)" above.


VA-Cleveland, Ohio | The Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center

The Louis Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center (Cleveland VA) is a resource of the US Department of Veterans Affairs that provides comprehensive, seamless healthcare, and social services for veterans across Northeast Ohio. It is part of the Northeast Ohio VA Healthcare System, which provides services to veterans in 24 counties via 18 locations of care. The Cleveland VA Medical Center is part of the Veterans Integrated Service Network 10 (VISN-10), which includes 10 VA medical centers and a network of 58 community-based outpatient clinics.
  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers:

Website: www.cleveland.va.gov
Phone #1: 877-838-8262
Phone #2: 216-791-3800

Additional Cleveland VA Resources:
- Cleveland/ Post 9-11 Veterans: www.cleveland.va.gov/services/returning/index.asp
- Cleveland/ MST Call Line: 216-791-3800 x6849
- Cleveland/ East Side Center: 216-707-7901
- Cleveland/ West Side Center: 440-845-5023
- Canton/ Stark County Center: 330-454-3120

Related Resource: See "VA | Veterans Integrated Service Network 10 (VISN-10)" above.


VA-Columbus, Ohio | The Chalmers P. Wylie Ambulatory Care Center

The Chalmers P. Wylie Ambulatory Care Center (Columbus VA) is a resource of the US Department of Veterans Affairs that provides healthcare for veterans in Columbus, Ohio and at four community-based outpatient clinics, which are located in Grove City, Marion, Newark, and Zanesville. The Columbus VA is part of the Veterans Integrated Service Network 10 (VISN-10), which includes 10 medical centers and a network of 58 community-based outpatient clinics.
  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers:

Website: www.columbus.va.gov
Phone #1: 614-257-5200
Phone #2: 888-615-9448

Related Resource: See "VA | Veterans Integrated Service Network 10 (VISN-10)" above.


VA-Dayton, Ohio | Dayton VA Medical Center

The Dayton VA Medical Center is a state-of-the-art teaching facility that provides a full range of healthcare through medical, surgical, mental-health services (inpatient and outpatient); home-based and community-based health programs; geriatric services (nursing home); physical medicine and therapy services; neurology; oncology; dentistry; and hospice. The Dayton VA is part of the Veterans Integrated Service Network 10 (VISN-10), which includes 10 medical centers and a network of 58 community-based outpatient clinics.

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers:

Website: www.dayton.va.gov

Related Resource: See "VA | Veterans Integrated Service Network 10 (VISN-10)" above.


Vets 4 Warriors

This is a national 24/7 peer-support network for veterans, active military members, and and their families and other caregivers. It is staffed by trained veterans, service members, family members, and caregivers. "Vets 4 Warriors" is committed to ensuring that those in need of support always have direct and immediate access to a peer who understands their life experiences and can provide support whenever they confront an issue wherever they are in the world. Connect with a peer at "Vets 4 Warriors" via online chat, phone, text messaging, or email.

  • For Service Members: Yes
  • For Veterans: Yes
  • For Families: Yes
  • For Providers:

Website: vets4warriors.com
Phone: 855-838-8255

 

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CITATION

Title: A List of VA Resources (Veterans Affairs)
Author(s): Center for Evidence-Based Practices
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher City: Cleveland, Ohio
Publisher Name: Center for Evidence-Based Practices at Case Western Reserve University