United States Department of Veterans Affairs
Mental Health

Managing Distress-Additional Online Resources

 
Additional Online Resources

Online resources for Service Members and Veterans are growing. In this section, we highlight resources for managing distress, getting help, understanding PTSD, and understanding benefits on campus.

Managing Distress

Afterdeployment.org*
A congressionally mandated site specifically geared toward returning Veterans. Veteran teacher in classroom.Eighteen different topic areas are covered, with self-assessments and workshops for each topic.


Real Warriors*
Promotes the processes of building resilience, facilitating recovery, and supporting reintegration of returning Service Members, Veterans, and their families.


Mobile APP: PTSD Coach
A phone application that allows users to manage PTSD symptoms whenever and wherever they might be.


Department of Defense 24/7 Outreach Center*
The DoD outreach center provides 24/7 access to trained consultants with expertise in psychological health and traumatic brain injury. Consultants can be reached by phone, online chat, or email.


Veterans Crisis Line*
Veterans can chat live with a crisis counselor at any time of day or night. If a Veteran presents in crisis, please call 911, walk them to the nearest Emergency Room, or call 1-800-273-8255 (TALK) Veterans, press "1" (Spanish/EspaƱol 1-888-628-9454).


Moving Forward
Moving Forward is an interactive online course focused on problem solving. It was designed by the VA/DoD to help Servicemembers, Veterans, and their families move forward in their lives.

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