Additional Health-related Resources for Service Members, Veterans, and Military Families

This page was designed to provide references to additional resources to support those with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression and traumatic brain injury (TBI).


General Deployment-Related Health Information

  • Military OneSource

    Confidential information, support, and counseling available free to military personnel (regardless of activation status) and their families.

  • DoD Deployment Health Clinical Center

    Comprehensive source for information on post-deployment health concerns from the Deployment Health Clinical Center.

  • After Deployment

    A comprehensive source of information and resources on post-deployment health concerns, including post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, and substance use.

Mental Health

  • National Alliance on Mental Illness

    Mental health resources for military members, veterans, and families.

  • VA Mental Health Resources

    Information on mental health issues, treatment, and recovery, including resources for families.

  • Real Warriors Campaign

    Resources on coping and reintegration for service members, veterans, and families.

  • VA National Center for PTSD

    Information on trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) for veterans, general public, and family.

  • DoD Deployment Health Clinical Center

    Comprehensive source for information on post-deployment health concerns from the Deployment Health Clinical Center.

  • After Deployment

    A comprehensive source of information and resources on post-deployment health concerns, including post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, and substance use.

  • George W. Bush Presidential Center

    Educational materials, videos, stories, articles and resources about the invisible wounds of war.

  • PTSD Booklet

    Information on PTSD symptoms, treatment, and coping provided by the National Institute of Mental Health.

  • TBI and PTSD Quick Facts

    General overview of symptoms, recovery, and treatment for traumatic brain injury (TBI) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

  • Depression Booklet

    Information on depression causes, symptoms, treatment, and coping provided by the National Institute of Mental Health.

  • Campaign to Change Direction

    Information on the five signs that someone is suffering emotionally and needs help.

Military Sexual Trauma

Substance Abuse

Brain Injury

Finding Help for Servicemembers, Veterans, and their Families

  • Military OneSource

    Confidential information, support, and counseling available free to military personnel (regardless of activation status) and their families.

  • Veterans Crisis Line

    Confidential hotline for people in emotional distress or crisis or for family and friends who are concerned about a loved one. Call 1-800-273-TALK (press 1 to reach VA hotline) or text 838255.

  • Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Vet Centers

    Confidential readjustment counseling service—over the phone and in person—for combat veterans and their families.

  • My HealtheVet

    Service for tracking personal health information and benefits through the VA.

  • VA Facilities Locator

    Service for locating nearby VA service centers and offices.

  • Coaching Into Care

    Service for families and friends of veterans seeking to help motivate veterans to receive care.

  • Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration

    Locator for mental health and substance abuse treatment.

  • Substance Abuse Information and Support

    Information for dealing with substance use issues, including recovery, relapse, treatment options, and resources.

  • Warrior Care Network

    Medical treatment for invisible wounds of war provided at no cost with free travel for warriors and family members to participating academic medical centers.

  • Cohen Veteran Network

    A network that provides mental health care for veterans and families.

Organizations That Support Veterans and Their Families with Invisible Wounds of War