VA Medical Centers provide state of the art care for a range of behavioral health concerns including mental health disorders (for example, PTSD and depression) as well as co-occurring conditions such as pain and traumatic brain injury. The VA system is large, separated into 21 different U.S. regions called VISNs (Veterans Integrated Service Networks) with more than 1,400 sites of care including hospitals, community clinics, nursing homes, domiciliaries, readjustment counseling centers (Vet Centers), and various other facilities.
Not all services are identical across hospital locations. While the specific services available at each medical center may vary, you will find resources and care providers who will support you in the goal of providing comprehensive care for your Veteran client.
Below are some suggestions on how to find out more about the services available.
To find additional support services and resources for your Veteran client, under Key Topics please go to the section labeled 'Resources to support the care you provide to Veterans'.