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.
Considering Professional Help Web Course
This web-based program uses real experiences from Veterans.
There are five common concerns that may stop a Veteran from getting help for their mental health.
This tool helps the Veteran identify his/her concerns. It also provides new ways of thinking about them and shows the Veteran what to look for and where to find help.
The goal of the Vet Center program is to provide a broad range of counseling, outreach, and referral services to eligible Veterans in order to help them make a satisfying post-war readjustment to civilian life. Family members (from selected combat operations) are eligible for Vet Center services as well. Vet Centers also provide bereavement counseling services to surviving parents, spouses, children and siblings of Service Members who die of any cause while on active duty, including federally activated Reserve and National Guard personnel.
Toll-free (in the US): 800-342-9647;(outside the US): (country access code) 800-342-9647 (dial all 11 numbers); International: 800-464-8107.
Free service provided by the Department of Defense for active-duty, Guard, and Reserve Service Members and their families. Topics include education, relocation, parenting, and stress. Service Members, Veterans, and families can call 24/7 to speak to a master's level consultant.
VA's award–winning e–health Website, which offers Veterans, active duty Service Members, their dependents, and caregivers anywhere, anytime internet access to VA health care information and services. My HealtheVet is a free, online personal health record that empowers Veterans to become informed partners in their health care.
Veterans Affairs - Facility Locator
Find a VA facility near you by using this locator map.
Veterans Affairs - PTSD Program Locator
Find where to get help by using this PTSD Care locator.