Treatment helps Mindy manage schizophrenia
Mindy joined the Navy, but her enlistment was cut short with the onset of schizophrenic symptoms. After her military discharge, she began counseling at VA. Her medical team helped her understand her condition and find ways to manage her symptoms. Consistent professional support enables Mindy to find solutions for living well.
Check the “VA on Schizophrenia” page for complete descriptions and understand, with answers to questions like:
What is schizophrenia?
What are the signs of schizophrenia?
What is the treatment for schizophrenia?
What can I do if I think I have schizophrenia?
Non-VA LOCAL HELP
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