You Are Not Alone
VA MENTAL HEALTH
Your mental health is a critical component to your overall wellness. If you are experiencing mental health challenges, or suspect a family member would benefit from talking to a mental health provider, VA offers ways to help. Veterans and their family members can connect with support through in-person appointments at local VA facilities, telehealth sessions, and online resources. Learn more about how you or someone you care about can find help, either in your local community or online.
Don't be afraid to reach out for help. Click the button below to access the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs web site. You may call the Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 and press 1 or send a text message to 838255. You can chat online at VeteransCrisisLine.net/Chat.
U.S. VETERAN CRISIS LINE
If you are a Veteran in crisis — or you’re concerned about one — free, confidential support is available 24/7. Sometimes, life’s challenges can feel overwhelming, like there’s no way things can get better. When things feel unbearable, or if you’re having thoughts of ending your life, support is available. The VA offers a number of programs and resources for Veterans and their loved ones, friends, and health care providers.
Don't be afraid to reach out for help. Click the button below to access the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs web site. You may call the Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 and press 1 or send a text message to 838255.
SUICIDE PREVENTION RESOURCE CENTER
We all have a role to play. Effective prevention starts with you. This web site offers the following resources:
Make a plan to prevent suicide
Find a suicide prevention program
Measure your program's success
Improve suicide care for your patients
Take action after a suicide
Click the button below to view this resource for more information or call 1-800-273-8255.