Get Help: Find Local Care
Find Local Care
No matter what you are experiencing, there is support available. Use the tools below to find the Veteran resources closest to you.
To promote community collaboration, each VA facility has identified a Community Mental Health (MH) Point of Contact (POC). The Community MH POC provides ready access to information about VA eligibility and available clinical services, ensures warm handoffs at critical points of transition between systems of care, and provides ongoing liaison between VA and Community Partners. Please use this locator to identify your Community MH POC at a VA medical facility in your state.
Each VA medical center has mental health specialists. Use the facility locator to find the medical center nearest you.
Use this online tool to find the Veteran mental health resources most helpful for you, including VA Medical Centers, Suicide Prevention Coordinators, Vet Centers, and more.
Use the PTSD program locator to find the program nearest you.
Community-based Vet Centers provide confidential counseling, community engagement and referral services to eligible individuals and their families. You don’t need to be enrolled in VA healthcare or have a service connection to receive services.
- Find a Vet Center near you.
- Call 1-877-927-8387, 24/7 to talk with a fellow Veteran about your experiences.
The NRD was developed through a partnership between the Departments of Defense, Labor, and Veterans Affairs and provides links to services and resources that support Service members, Veterans, families, and caregivers. The NRD lists resources from federal, state, and local government websites, as well as from nonprofit organizations and educational institutions.