Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Help is available. Contact The National Center for PTSD at
More information here:
public/pages/fslist-ptsd-overview.asp . Find a PTSD
program near you:
Help Through Gaming
Are you a gamer? Second Life player?
Take a look at the DOD's T2 Virtual PTSD Experience at
. This online tool immerses the player in an interactive setting
that simulates a PTSD-causing combat experience, discusses danger
cues, triggers, and most importantly, how to begin to get better.
Not Alone started in 2008 when a group of warriors and
professionals discovered a significant gap in the governmentís
capacity to help warriors and their families come home from war.
There needed to be a confidential online community where those
warriors could congregate to help each other. It's hard to
know what normal is. Not Alone is a community of your peers
sharing stories of reclaiming their lives after war. Here,
you'll listen to others who live the war after the war. You'll
find people that get you.
Filing a PTSD Claim? Here's Help
Health Resources for Returning Vets & and their Families
Heroes Fund care to our wounded heroes in uniform
suffering from traumatic brain injury (TBI), post-traumatic
stress (PTS) and other afflictions.
YOUTUBE PTSD VIDEOS
Click here to search YOUTUBE
for videos about PTSD and VETERANS.
You can also chat
live online with a crisis counselor and get help. Look for chat
on bottom right of page at the following link
The Veteranís Crisis Line can be reached at
800-273-8255, press 1. You can even text
them at 838255, or chat online at
http://veteranscrisisline.net/ for help.
Help Line 1-888-777-4443
(M-F 9-9 Pacific)
Email help also available from NVF
OneSource - DOD contracted
1-800-342-9647 in USA (24/7)
1-800-3429-6477 outside of USA
Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline
NY/NJ Veterans VA Nurses Helpline
Gulf Coast VA Med Center Hot Line
Coalition for Homeless Veterans
Suicide Help Online
of the Vietnam War
Safe Helpline at 1-877-995-5247 to get confidential
one-on-one help, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week assistance for
victims of military sexual trauma.
VA Office of the Inspector General Report Suspected
Wrongdoing in VA Programs and Operations Call the OIG Hotline