Resilience Program Resources
For All Emergencies Please Call 911
Military One Source
Information, referral, and connection to counselors in the local area that can provide non-medical counseling up to 12 sessions per issue free to SM’s, their spouses, and children while on Active Duty and up to 365 days after retirement/separation.
- Non-medical counseling for you is now available by video. Parents must attend each video session for those 12 and younger, but only be available at the start of each session for children 13-17.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
(800) 273-TALK (8255)
Veterans Crisis Line (VA Hotline)
(800) 273-8255 Press 1
Text Crisis Line
The person texts "Connect" to 741741
American Association for Suicidology Resource Website
Steven A. Cohens Veterans Network
Central office: 844-336-4226
Steven A. Cohens Veterans Network offers a wide range of counseling/therapy services to include depression, anxiety, relationship and children’s behavior issues to support all aspects of the military family available via telephone.
Vet Centers offer a wide range of services to help you make a successful transition from military to civilian life. Services include: individual & group counseling, marital and family counseling, bereavement counseling, medical & benefits referrals, employment counseling. To locate the Vet Center nearest you, click on “find a vet center” in the right hand menu.
Give an Hour
Give an Hour providers are licensed mental health professionals focused on meeting mental health needs among the military and veteran community by providing free, easily accessible, and fully confidential counseling services--to service members, veterans, their families, and their communities--through our network of volunteer mental health professionals.
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