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veteran suicide prevention

Suicide Awareness Month: Looking at Veteran Suicides Per Day

September is National Suicide Awareness Month, a period in which individuals are reminded to reach out to those who are at risk of suicide. During this month, mental health professionals and advocates work to prevent suicide, one conversation at a time. This is important work, since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  (CDC) reports...
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Delusions vs Hallucinations

Delusions vs Hallucinations: The Real Difference

Though often thought of as similar things, delusions and hallucinations present in very different ways for veterans who are experiencing mental health concerns. In today’s article, we will dive into the differences between delusions vs hallucinations so that you can better understand what you are going through. Moreover, we’ll discuss the treatment options available to...
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Veteran Moral Injury

Barriers to Mental Health Treatment for Veterans

Despite the fact that treatment options for people with mental illnesses continue to become more effective and accessible throughout the United States, veterans still face many barriers to mental health treatment. Unfortunately, veterans struggle with more barriers to care than other people who need treatment for substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. But why is this...
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military mental health care

New Military Mental Health Services May Be Here to Stay

Historically, military mental health services have lacked in crucial areas of care. But thanks to new measures taken by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to better serve veterans with mental illnesses or other mental health issues, it’s safe to say that there are substantial changes coming to military mental health care. Notably, the VA...
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veteran drug rehab

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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Anxiety Attack Symptoms: What Veterans with Anxiety Should Know

Did you know that military personnel who have experienced combat exposure are at higher risk for having anxiety attacks? You might be wondering why this is the case and how to get help for your own service-related mental health condition. We’re here to answer your questions on the symptoms of anxiety, how to cope with...
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veterans with mental illness

How to Help Veterans with Mental Illness

In the United States, millions of veterans suffer from mental health conditions each year. Among veterans with mental illness, many feel isolated or beyond help. But at Heroes’ Mile, we do everything in our power to remind our service members that they can find help. Whether you’re a veteran yourself or concerned about one, this...
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