Veterans and Military

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General Resources, Free Counselling and Helpful Links

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Canada

  • Wounded Warriors
    Whether it is through our mental health challenges, the pioneering initiatives we fund through third party partnerships, or our individual support management Hand Up program, we are committed to ensuring we provide a diverse set of programs and services for our wounded soldiers and their families.
  • Veterans Affairs Canada
    There is a wide range of mental health services, support and information for Veterans and their families.
  • National Defense
    Discover a vast range of support services available to Canadian Armed Forces members and their families from rehabilitation to housing to conflict resolution.

United States

  • Military Crisis Line
    The Military Crisis Line, online chat, and text-messaging service are free to all Service members, including members of the National Guard and Reserve, and Veterans, even if you are not registered with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) or enrolled in VA health care.
  • After Deployment
    Excellent wellness resources and asessments for the military community.
  • Give An Hour
    Free counseling for military members and their families.
  • Military One Source:
    Provides 12 free sessions to Air Force, Army, Marines, and Navy and their families.
  • America’s Fund
    Provides immediate Assistance and Continuous Support for Injured Heroes and their family members.
  • Not Alone
    Provides confidential, no-cost programs and services to warriors and their families facing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and combat stress.
  • DSTRESS Line (Marines)
    Provides professional, anonymous counseling for Marines, attached Sailors, and families.
  • PDHealth
    Provides information and guidance for both healthcare  providers and service members regarding healthcare services provided by the Department of  Defense (DoD), the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and Federal agencies.
  • Operation Reach Out
    A suicide prevention app aimed at veterans and military families. The app is intended to provide support for people having suicidal thoughts as well as friends, family or service members concerned that someone they know might be considering suicide.
  • Guard Your Buddy (U.S. National Guard)
    Guard Your Buddy is a joint effort by the Tennessee National Guard, The Jason Foundation, Inc., and E4 Health to give the men, women, and families in the Tennessee National Guard anytime, anywhere access to critical life resources, on-demand counseling, and on-call suicide prevention.
  • Virtual Hope Box
    The Virtual Hope Box mobile application received the 2014 Department of Defense Innovation Award for its unique application of technology in supporting behavioral health in service members and military families.

Veterans and Military Online Chat Lines

After a Suicide Resources

Additional Resources

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Combat PTSD Blogs

Informative/Inspiring Blog Posts

Health and Wellbeing Resources

Dental Care Resources

Active duty and retired veterans deserve nothing but the best when it comes to their benefits. Serving the country is not an easy task, and coming home can be a very difficult transition. The benefits that are available to such heroes can be difficult to work with, however, as finding the proper resources can also be a difficult task.

Within this article, you will find the resources available to both active duty and retired veterans to ensure that they are getting nothing but the best in return for the sacrifices that they have so patriotically made.

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