Resources & Links of Interest
The Glass Eye, a blog post by John Engle that is worth the read.
The Veterans Guide champions the cause of U.S. armed forces veterans. Comprising a nationwide team of veterans and allies, we provide educational materials and direct access to a panel of experts.
Resource for Military personnel who served at Camp Lejeune from 1953 to 1987 and were exposed to contaminated water. An estimated five hundred thousand to one million veterans and family members have been affected through water from wells that were contaminated over a 60-year period.
After a Trauma: Take Time to Heal .
Would You Know if You Had PTSD? Good Article from U.S. Dept of Veterans Affairs.
VA Reports Significant increase in Veteran Use of Telehealth Services.
View Short Video Clip: Dr. Beal's Interview on Fox 5 WTTG TV.
Connect to RallyPoint - Where one million current and former members of the US military gather to discuss military life, share information, and exchange stories.
William Joiner Institute for the Study of War and Social Consequences provides an inclusive list of
resources for veterans.
The National Center for PTSD: Understand the Basics of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder.
Pledge to Raise PTSD Awareness so that everyone who needs help gets the help they need.
Walgreens is hiring 5,000 Veterans as part of their HERO program.
Vet Centers offer professional readjustment counseling to eligible Veterans, active duty service members and their families.
PTSD and Sleep: Rest easier with treatment.
Resources for veterans exposed to asbestos during military service who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma.