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.

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.

  • 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