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An elder Veteran salutes in front of a memorial site.
A group of soldiers carries a wounded comrade in a river.
A man knees down to touch a tombstone in a cemetery.
A soldier practices martial art with his comrades.
A group of women Veterans wears the same red T-shirt in an event.
A soldier sits and leans on the wall with a group of middle-eastern kids.
A group of Veterans wearing surfing clothes does a team salute at beach.
A female Veteran is greeted and hugged by her young child.
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A provider talks to a Veteran
Thank you for your interest and commitment to serving Veterans.
This site features key tools to support the mental health services you provide to Veterans. You can find information on connecting with VA, understanding military culture and experience, as well as tools for working with a variety of mental health conditions (found under Mental Health and Wellness).
A soldier directs an airplane in a runway.
Has Your Client Served in the Military?
You may be surprised to hear that military background is not always assessed by clinicians or spontaneously shared by Veteran clients.
Assessing Veteran status is not something that is commonly included in traditional behavioral health screenings. Asking if the individual in your office has served (or is currently serving) in the military is simple, quick and can have important implications for available benefits and care.
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