Dealing with Co-Workers and others who haven’t served
Often when you get back to civilian life your co-workers’ discussions seem so petty that you just want to scream out loud to wake them up. But you don’t because that wouldn’t be a good career move. You might like to be part of a new, civilian life, but you also know you’ll never leave behind the stronger bonds of the military camaraderie and experiences of what you’ve been through.
Non-VA LOCAL HELP
Know A Vet? presents this information and these national resource directories, not as a recommendation of any specific service or provider, but as a starting point for your own research.
Please feel free to use the check sheets Before, During and After the Medical Appointment at https://www.knowavet.org/before-during-and-after-a-medical-appointment/and Choosing a Medical Service Provider, at https://www.knowavet.org/choosing-a-medical-service-provider/, to help you in your search for the best help for your individual circumstances.
In addition, there may be other federal, state and local government or private resources for your individual needs. A VSO counselor https://www.knowavet.org/office-of-vet-services/ may be able to help you find them.