Understanding Your Vet 2

No matter when, where, or how they served, or what they’ve experienced in military or civilian life, they may be facing challenges that affect their health, relationships, and life – as well as yours. Whether their military role ended two decades ago or two days ago, they share with Veterans everywhere the common bonds of duty, honor, and service to our nation. Every day, Veterans connect with resources and support to manage and confront the issues they may have and find solutions for improving their lives.

Unsure How To Connect Your Veteran With Support?

Coaching into Care Provides a free telephone coaching service for family members and friends who want to help a Veteran seek care and don’t know where to start.  The program’s licensed clinical social workers and psychologists help callers figure out how to help Motivate the Veteran to get support.

Then TAKE ACTION!  Make a Confidential CALL to 1-888-823-7458 today.   Or call your local Vet Center to make an appointment or just have an anonymous conversation with professional counselors, most of whom are also combat vets.

Take a look at the extensive list of issues in the “Self-Help” screen under the “Welcome Home” tab.  Then check the boxes of the items that are unresolved in your lives.  The printout will tell you exactly where and how to get help, whether through the VA or other Federal, State or Local Government resources OR non-governmental Community Resources.

Your Lives Can Get Much Better!



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