Resources for Veterans Battling PTSD
The National Veterans Foundation’s (NVF) Lifeline for Vets helps veterans of all eras, their family members and active duty service members, some while serving overseas in combat deployments. The Lifeline for Vets assists veterans with needs including medical treatment, PTSD counseling, VA benefits advocacy, food, shelter, employment, training, legal aid, suicide intervention and more.
The Cohen Veterans Network provides high-quality, accessible, and integrated mental health care. Through their client-centered, customized outpatient care, they support veterans and their families as they strive for healthy and happy lives.
Open Path Psychotherapy is a nonprofit foundation that networks local psychotherapists and mental health experts to provide psychotherapy services at a greatly reduced cost. Individual, group, family, and marital counseling options are available.
The Soldier’s Project provides psychological services for military service members and their family members. The Soldier’s Project also provides resources to the public to highlight the effects of war on veterans and their loved ones.
Have you heard about our Veterans Rally for Disabled Veterans? We’re on a mission to provide companion dogs and empowering events for our disabled brethren. Learn more about our 2021 VetsRally4Vets autocross rally here, and submit the form below to receive updates and priority registration.