National Center for PTSD
PTSD treatment in the Department of Veterans Affairs is available throughout the country through nearly 200 specialized PTSD treatment programs. VA services are provided to all Veterans who completed active military service, were not discharged under dishonorable conditions, or were National Guard members or Reservists who have completed a federal deployment to a combat zone. At times, the VA has special agreements to provide care to Active Duty service members and family. PTSD program offers services including one-to-one mental health assessment and testing, medications, one-to-one psychotherapy and family therapy, group therapy (covers topics such as anger and stress, combat support, partners, etc.) or groups for Veterans of specific conflicts or specific traumas.
Combat Injured USA Cares
USA Cares provides financial and advocacy assistance to post-9/11 active duty US military service personnel, veterans and their families. USA Cares’ Combat Injured program pays the basic expenses for veterans diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), and military sexual trauma (MST) while they receive treatment. post-9/11 active duty US military service personnel, veterans and their families.
Tricare is a health care program of the United States Department of Defense Military Health System for service members, retirees, and their families around the world. Tricare covers mental health problems, links to crisis hotline, MHS Nurse Advice Line, and mental health care treatments, costs, and programs and resources pages.
Mental Health First Aid for Veterans
Mental Health First Aid for Military Members, Veterans and their Families addresses common mental health concerns encountered by veterans and military members, teaches them and their family members how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance use disorders.
The Soldiers Project
The Soldiers Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization that provides free and confidential psychological services for any active duty service member or veteran involved in the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan since 2001 and for their families. It also educates the general public on how the psychological consequences of war affect not only those who serve, but also their loved ones at home and in their communities.
The Veterans Crisis Line
The Veterans Crisis Line is a free, confidential online chat service with qualified responders specially trained and experienced in helping Veterans of all ages and circumstances. Since November 2011, the Veterans Crisis Line has been providing a text messaging service, another way for Veterans to connect with confidential, round-the-clock support. Support for deaf and hard of hearing individuals is available too.
Coming Home Project
Coming Home Project addresses the emotional, social, moral, and spiritual injuries of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and the family challenges experienced during all stages of deployment, especially reintegration. Areas of expertise include but are not limited to cumulative trauma, traumatic loss, complicated grief, including but not limited to war trauma and its impacts on veterans, service members, and their families, providers and caregivers.
Warriors Heart provides private treatment to Veterans and First Responders seeking relief from substance abuse, chemical dependencies, various psychological conditions which might have developed related to job stress. Co-occurring psychological disorders treated by Warriors Heart include PTSD, MTBI and others.