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20 Veteran Quotes to Uplift Veterans

For civilians, it can be easy to forget the sacrifices that veterans make. And for veterans, it may feel like the world does not appreciate what you’ve gone through. As a drug and alcohol rehab run for and by veterans, we want to share the best veteran quotes to uplift our military personnel and show...
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New Legislation to Improve Mental Health Care for Veterans

Dangerous situations that a veteran might find themselves in are not just active duty or combat exposure. Rather, veterans with undiagnosed and untreated mental health conditions have a much higher risk of developing intrusive symptoms and even committing suicide. So, what exactly are we doing to ensure that veterans receive proper mental health care?  Recently,...
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DoD Report Shows Veterans Need Mental Health Care

A new report from the United States Department of Defense (DoD) indicates that thousands of military personnel and their families may not have access to proper mental health care. After an internal audit spearheaded by the DoD Inspector General, it’s clear that thousands of veterans have trouble accessing vital care. Today, we’re going to start...
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National Suicide Prevention Month: What Veterans Should Know

Did you know that September 10th is World Suicide Prevention Day? In fact, we get more than one day or even one National Suicide Prevention Week—the whole of September is National Suicide Prevention Month. During this month, mental health professionals and advocates work to prevent suicide, one conversation at a time. This space is not...
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How to Stay Active After Retiring from Active Duty

After retiring from active duty, veterans just like you often feel lost, confused, and frustrated upon returning to their communities. You might wonder why it is so challenging to make this trip back home or why you don’t feel safe even though you are no longer on active duty. You probably have asked yourself, “What...
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How Coronavirus Affects Veterans Like Nobody Else

The world around us has slowed down since early March, and the coronavirus pandemic is still affecting all facets of life. While everyone can feel these impacts in different ways, veterans are uniquely affected by COVID-19. Not physically, of course, but in the mental effects that life during a pandemic can have. What makes veterans...
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5 Tips for Military Transitions to Civilian Life

When it’s time to leave the military service world, many veterans like you or your loved one find it incredibly challenging to transition into civilian life. How will you apply military experience to a civilian job? Do you need mental health or addiction treatment? And what will the transition into civilian life look like socially...
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Making a Suicide Prevention Plan for Veterans in 5 Steps

Unfortunately, veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are more likely to experience suicidal thoughts. And this is a prevalent issue, with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) reporting that 20 veterans commit suicide every day. That’s why military personnel need to keep updated, effective suicide prevention plans. This type of safety plan serves as...
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Supporting Veterans: Know the Warning Signs of PTSD and Addiction

When your loved one returns from military service, it is natural to worry about how they will adjust to life back home. After all, mental health conditions like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and addiction are common in veterans. But what exactly are the warning signs of PTSD and addiction that you need to look for...
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The Truth of Addiction Rates Among Veterans

While there is rightly a lot of attention paid to veteran PTSD statistics, drug and alcohol addiction rates among veterans go comparatively ignored. But not talking about drug and alcohol abuse in military personnel only creates additional hurdles in accessing addiction treatment. And that’s a problem, because 10% of veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan...
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