Suicide Prevention Month
September is Suicide Prevention Month. Don't wait. Reach out.
Mental Health Resources
VA has resources to address the unique experiences that Veterans may face — and we’re just a click, call, text, or chat away.
Mental Health Appointments
Keep your current mental health appointments. VA offers video and phone telemental health options.
Learn About Resources and Support
VA has a variety of mental health resources, information, treatment options and more — all accessible to Veterans, Veterans’ supporters and the general public. Explore the pages below to learn more about a specific mental health topic or to find information specifically tailored to your needs. You can also visit the Get Help page to explore VA resources that address the unique stressors and experiences that Veterans may face.
Explore by Topic
VA provides support for a variety of mental health conditions and other challenges. Each of these pages includes resources, information on treatment options, and more.
Find the Support You Need
Browse our catalog of resources for specific types of Veterans and civilians.
VA is here to provide and connect you with clinical resources and peer support so you can confront and manage any mental health challenge. We offer more treatment options and more ways to access treatment than ever before.
To get more information on treatment at VA, visit our Learn About Treatment page.
Veteran Quick Resources
Veterans Share Stories of Support
For Daniel, Don and Jennifer, convenient video counseling made it easier to put their health first. Learn how VA telehealth services helped these Veterans connect with their treatment providers. View More Stories On Make the Connection
VA encourages Veterans, Service members and their families to make sure guns are safely secured, especially in times of crisis. Read more about Lethal Means
Mental Health Updates
Explore the latest mental health news, resources and real-life stories of mental health recovery.
VA to deploy mobile medical units across the country to provide health care and support to homeless and at-risk Veterans.
Nationwide patient survey shows VA hospitals outperform non-VA hospitals.
VA is now working with 1,000+ community-based coalitions to end Veteran suicide.
Eligible American Indian and Alaska Native Veterans are no longer required to make copayments for health care and urgent care received through VA.
VA to award $52.5 million in grants to local organizations working to prevent Veteran suicide through the SSG Fox Suicide Prevention Program.