Supporting Military Mental Health

I commend you for the work you do! As you may know, trauma is common among military veterans. Whether it’s physical, emotional, or sexual, it’s an extremely difficult experience to overcome. Military sexual trauma (MST) is unfortunately common. According to DoD SAPRO, in 2018, 20,500 service members were sexually assaulted or raped, including 13,000 women […]

Veteran Crisis Line – Dial 988 then Press 1

Good morning, I’m reaching out again on behalf of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention (OMHSP) to invite you to share the VA suicide prevention resources for Veterans on your website, newsletter, and social media pages. My hope is that you can regularly share VA content and encourage […]

Crisis Resources for Veterans

Spread the Word – Veterans Crisis Line Spread the Word – Veterans Crisis Line You Are Not Alone. The Veterans Crisis Line is available to Veterans and their supporters 24/7. Through a powerful Veteran-to-Veteran message, this video encourages Veterans to call when they go through a difficult time and need somebody to listen. www.veteranscrisisline.net VA […]

Service Members and Veterans Resources

Spending and Budgeting https://americasaves.org or visit www.militarysaves.org. Spiritual Wellness https://www.naavets.org click on spiritual wellness, moments of meditation, and scripture readings. Homeless Veterans Assistance www.jobcnter.usa.gov www.archives.gov/veterans/militaryservice-records www.statwesidelegate.org/findinghelp Veteran Combat Call Center: Vet Center Program 1-877-WAR-VETS (1-877-927-8387) www.vetcenter.va.gov National Coalition for Homeless Veterans www.vba.va.gov; 1-800-VET-HELP VA Benefits www.vba.va.gov 1-800-827-1000 Stand Down Schedule www.va.gov/homeless/events.asp Department of Housing and […]

Access Housing Inc. Southeast Veterans Service Center 2022 Military Suicide Prevention Forum THEARC: 1901 Mississippi Avenue, SE (Ward 8) Washington, DC 20032

Suicide is a very tragic loss of a loved one especially those who served in the U.S. Armed Forces worldwide.  Addressing emotional pain and suffering can be hard and uncomfortable.  The Access Housing, Inc. located in Washington, DC and its Program Manager Walter Elmore and sponsors presented a Zoom and Conference Call for the 2022 […]

2022 Military Veteran Suicide Prevention Forum

The Access Housing, Inc., Southeast Veterans Service Center will sponsor their 2022 Military Veteran Suicide Prevention Forum on Wednesday, February 16, 2022, at 11:00a.m. – 2:00p.m. EST at the THEARC: 1901 Mississippi Ave., SE (Ward 8), Washington, DC 20032. Join Access Housing, Inc., as we partner with mental health professionals from federal, community-based, faith-based, and […]

Trauma Recovery

NAAV President and CEO serves on Lived Experience Advisory Board 2021-2022 The National Association of American Veterans, Inc. (NAAV) Constance A. Burns, president, chief executive officer, and veterans’ service officer was appointed in 2021 to serve on the Lived Experience Advisory Board for Proposed Research at the Institute of Trauma Recovery, University of North Carolina […]

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