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Military Crisis Line
800-273-8255 (TALK) or Text to 838255 for crisis support
Go to VA.gov to find VA hospitals, homeless services and more.
Free counseling (but not for those with suicidal thoughts or in need of medication); hundreds of resources, including “Chill Drills,” financial counseling, free tax filing and information on almost any military topic.
FINDING COMMUNITY PROVIDERS (DIRECT SERVICE / THERAPY)
Give an Hour
Click on “Get Help”
Non-military, licensed therapists volunteer to provide FREE, counseling to Service Members and Family for up to a year.
Veterans, counselors, clinicians, and trainers that deliver wellness and productivity solutions for every phase of life — across health, career, finance, and family — to treat the root cause of life challenges, not just the symptoms.
National Resource Directory
Comprehensive directory of services for Soldiers, Veterans and Families.
Psychology Today – Find a Therapist
Find detailed listings for mental health professionals.
Star Behavioral Health Providers
Connecting military families with trained behavioral health providers.
The Recovery Village
Delivers comprehensive addiction treatment services for adults struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring mental health disorders. The facility offers a full continuum of care, including medical detox, residential services, and outpatient programs, dedicated to meeting the need for high-quality, effective treatment in our community.
24/7 referral to nearest Vet Center for: Free Counseling (individual and group), referrals to military benefits, VSOs, employment, financial, homeless and more.
VET & PEER SUPPORT
Information and resources, including several excellent phone apps such as PTSD Coach, Breathe2Relax, Virtual Hope Box and Dream EZ.
Team Red White and Blue
Connecting veterans to their communities through physical and social activity.
Vets 4 Warriors
855-838-8255 (TALK) 24/7 telephonic, confidential peer-to-peer support by veterans to help.
SOCIAL SUPPORTS / MILITARY and FAMILY LIFE
Family Assistance Centers (FACs)
Go to MilitaryOneSource.mil and search for “National Guard Family Programs”
Provide Reserve and Guard Soldiers with emergency financial services and referrals.
Homefront Enabling Relationships, Opportunities, and Empowerment through Support
Network of trained mental health service providers working together to provide support for military members and their families. Serves all branches of the military and their families through pre-deployment, deployment, family reintegration and post-deployment.
Make the Connection
Allows Soldiers and Family to easily search for resources in the VA system, SAMHSA and NRD all on one URL.
Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors
24/7 helpline and programs for those grieving the loss of a Soldier.
EDUCATION & OUTREACH
National Alliance on Mental Illness
Mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
National Association County Veterans Service Office
Assist and or help with obtaining benefits. “Claimant representation…preparation, presentation, and prosecution of claims under laws administered by the Department of Veterans Affairs".
Psychological Health Center of Excellence (PHCOE)
24/7 support, info & many programs for psychological health and TBI.
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
A branch of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services that helps connect individuals to substance use treatment.
FINDING COMMUNITY RESOURCES
Call 2-1-1 or visit 211.org to find local resources for crisis, food, housing, utilities, healthcare and employment.
Helps locate social services and support groups in your community. Simply enter your zip code.
National Veterans Foundation
Help Veterans and their families who are enduring a crisis or who have a critical need for help.
Social Services in your community, simply click on the service you need and scroll down to see what’s available.
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USAR DIRECTOR OF PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH PROGRAM
COL Melissa L. Mitravich, AN (Fort Bragg)
Deputy Director, Psychological Health Program
CPT Phillip Lewis, LICSW (Fort Bragg)
Director, Psychological Health (DPH) Team Lead
Stacey Feig, LPC (Fort Belvoir)
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