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Medical Services

 

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1. The Headstrong Project

 

Free and confidential mental health care to veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan located at the Weill Cornell Medical College in NYC.

2. NYU Military Family Clinic

 

Provides free, compassionate care for service members and their families who are experiencing the long-term effects of all phases of military service and other life stresses, including relationship diificulties, school problems, and unemployment and relocation issues.

3. Give an Hour

 

Free and confidential mental health care which provides hundreds of providers in the metropolitan area ranging from family counseling to sexual abuse counseling, to post-traumatic stress counseling.

4. The Soldier's Project
 
Free and confidential therapy for post 9/11 veterans and their families. You will be asked to leave a message for our Intake Professionals. Please be sure to speak slowly and repeat your phone number, including area code. You can expect to receive a call back within 24 hours. After a brief telephone conversation with an Intake Professional, The Soldiers Project will match you with therapist in your area. The Intake Professional will call you within 24-48 hours with the name and number of a therapist in your area. You contact the therapist directly to make an appointment. You will be their private client, seen in their office at no charge to you or your loved ones.
5. Soldier's Heart

 

Provides a unique and comprehensive model to address the emotional, moral, and spiritual wounds of veterans, their families and communities. It offers a genuine healing and homecoming from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder by developing a new and honorable warrior identity supported by community.  Offer Veteran to veteran mentoring, retreats, and healing journeys to Vietnam 

6. Courage to Care/ Center for the Study of Traumatic Stress

 

The Center’s work addresses a wide scope of trauma exposure from the consequences of combat, operations other than war, terrorism, natural and humanmade disasters, and public health threats. CSTS is a part of our nation’s federal medical school, Uniformed Services University (USU), and its Department of Psychiatry, as well as a partnering center of the newly established Defense Centers of Excellence (DCoE) for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury.

7. National Alliance on Mental Illness Veterans & Military Resource Center

 

The NAMI Resource Center has resources, support, and partnerships dedicated to Mental health police, education initiatives and advocacy priorities that impact active duty military personal, veterans with mental illness and the family members of these individuals.

8. National Alliance on Mental Illness Veterans & Military Resource Center

 

The NAMI Resource Center has resources, support, and partnerships dedicated to Mental health police, education initiatives and advocacy priorities that impact active duty military personal, veterans with mental illness and the family members of these individuals.

9. My HealtheVet

My HealtheVet is a web-based personal health record that gives Veterans information and tools to improve their health. Registration is required to have full access to all features. Registrants can access more than 18 million pages of health information from the site’s Health Education Library.

10. Veteran Crisis Hotline

 

The Veterans Crisis Line connects Veterans in crisis and their families and friends with qualified, caring Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text. 

11. Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services

 

Call: 518-473-3469, Provides information in NY State on Alcoholism and Substance abuse services

12. New York Office of Mental Health

Provides a booklet designed to help raise awareness about mental health issues related to combat and identifies  a list of resources available to veterans.

 

13. Real Warriors

The Real Warriors Campaign is a multimedia public awareness campaign designed to encourage help-seeking behavior among service members, veterans and military families coping with invisible wounds.

14. VA Health Benefits Registration

Apply online or in person for VA health benefits through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

 

15. VA Nurses Hotline

 

Program is a network-wide initiative developed by Nursing Service with a goal of increasing access to care for veterans served in the New York/New Jersey area. Veterans are to call their clinics during the administrative work week which is Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 4:30pm excluding National Holidays. After 4:30pm and on weekends and Federal Holidays, veterans, their families and significant others are able to contact an experienced and knowledgeable registered professional nurse.  The Registered Nurses answers healthcare questions. 

16. Veteran's Health Information Clearinghouse

Provides a list of resources for veterans and their families seeking health care information regarding a variety of federal, state, and other health care resources.