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Veteran Resources

Interested in finding the benefits and services available to you as a veteran? We hope the links below — both within and outside of the VA — will help.

Are you in crisis and need help right now? 1-800-273-TALK (8255), Veterans Press 1. This is the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. It's free, confidential, and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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VA Forms & Toll-Free Phone Numbers

Looking for a specific VA form? You can search for it by form number or keyword here:

If you don't know the form number you need, some specific keywords may help you find what you are looking for. Here are some suggestions:

Benefits Education Prescription
Compensation Job Medication
Expense GI Bill PTSD
Direct deposit Appeal Disability
Dependent Rights Flag

Toll-free numbers for VA benefits:

Find a VA office near you:

Health Care, Benefits, & Injury

Find out if you qualify for benefits: .

VA Health Care Overview: , or call 1-877-222-8387 (VETS).

Find a VA health care provider near you:

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

According to USA Today, as many as 360,000 veterans may have brain injuries. If you think you may have TBI, call the Centers of Excellence at 866-966-1020 or the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center at 800-870-9244 for help.

More resources for veterans with TBI: .

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PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and other Mental Health Resources

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255), Veterans Press 1. Free, confidential, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Help is available. Contact The National Center for PTSD at . More information here: .

Find a PTSD program near you: .

Help Through Gaming

Are you a gamer? Second Life player? Take a look at the DOD's T2 Virtual PTSD Experience at . This online tool immerses the player in an interactive setting that simulates a PTSD-causing combat experience, discusses danger cues, triggers, and most importantly, how to begin to get better.

Employment for Veterans

VA Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment Service

The VetSuccess program helps disabled veterans find and keep good jobs, and helps those who can't work due to their injuries live as independently as possible:

The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans offers information and resources to get you back to work:

America's VETERAN provides a federal government job search:

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VA Homeless Veteran Resources

The VA is working to end veteran homelessness within five years: .

The National Coalition for Homeless Veterans: .

Health Care for Homeless Veterans by State: and click "Local HCHV coordinators list".

Women Veterans

To contact the Women Veterans Program Manager at your local VA and access health care enrollment forms, visit: . Your program manager is there to help you coordinate services, including medical and mental health care and sexual abuse counseling.

For more resources, visit the VA Center for Women Veterans at . Their top 25 most frequently asked questions are available on a link at the bottom right of this page.

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