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MakeTheConnection.net is an online resource designed to connect Veterans, their family members and friends, and other supporters with information, resources, and solutions to issues affecting their lives from challenging life events or experiences to mental health issues or challenges. If you are a Veteran, or family member of a Veteran, facing challenges in your everyday life, you are not alone. Over 500 Veterans and family members from across the country have shared their stories of strength and recovery. In addition to powerful stories, you can also explore information about signs, symptoms, and conditions that are related to mental health and well-being. When it’s time to reach out, MakeTheConnection.net’s resource locator can help you find resources, programs, and facilities in your area, no matter where you are.

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Additionally, VA offers a variety of treatments, support, and resources to help you get things back on track. Explore the mental health topics pages to find more specific treatment types for conditions including PTSD, depression, effects of military sexual trauma, thoughts of suicide, and more.

Office of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Guidebook

Office of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention GuidebookThis guidebook lists the mental health services that your local or regional VA health care facility offers to Veterans and their families. This can be useful for Veterans Service Organizations and other groups concerned about VA mental health care as well as for Veterans and their family members.

Office of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Guidebook

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