Mental Health Resources
Sharing Awareness to Mental Health Resources
We hear your concerns of panic, fear and emotional confusion during this unprecedented time in our world. Many of you may be having challenges understanding what is it to come in this ever-changing global situation. We want to help you and your families make sense of things and be able to have conversations with your children, who may show signs of distress and anxiety.
We have compiled a list of resources to empower you as you navigate the way forward for your family.
Here at ServingTogether, we never want to overwhelm you with resources. So please be aware, if you are struggling to find the appropriate resources, our Peer Navigators are available to help make the guess-work out of getting to the right organization easier for you. Reach out to us at 1-855-738-7176 or by completing our Get Assistance Form.
Connect with the Veterans Crisis Line to reach caring, qualified responders with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Many of whom are Veterans themselves. The Veterans Crisis Line is free, confidential support, available 24/7 for all Veterans, Service members, National Guard and Reserve, and their family members and friends.
Provides high-quality and accessible behavioral health care to veterans, their families, the families of active duty service members, and caregivers. Services are available to any person who has served in the U.S. Armed Forces, including the National Guard and Reserves, regardless of role or discharge status. This clinic provides Telehealth services including high-quality, confidential care through secure video conference when you are unable to visit your therapist at the clinic.
Headstrong provides cost-free, bureaucracy-free, stigma-free, confidential, and effective mental health treatment for post-9/11 veterans and their families.
Give an Hour is a national nonprofit organization with a large network of mental health professionals who offer no cost mental health counseling to those in need.
Military OneSource is committed to promoting readiness and resilience in military members and families. Confidential non-medical counseling provides service members and their loved ones with resources and support to address a variety of issues and build important skills to tackle life’s challenges.
Vets4Warriors is a 24/7 confidential peer support network for veteran and military communities. They provide immediate, free, and long-term peer support through confidential phone, chat, text, and email conversations to help those they serve live better lives. They serve the entire military community, including anyone who has ever worn the uniform, as well as the family members and the caregivers who love and support them.
inTransition is a free, confidential program that offers specialized coaching and assistance for active-duty service members, National Guard members, reservists, veterans and retirees who need access to mental health care when:
- Relocating to another assignment
- Returning from deployment
- Transitioning from active duty to reserve component or reserve component to active duty
- Preparing to leave military service
…Or any other time they need a new mental health provider, or need a provider for the first time.
Healthy Minds Fairfax coordinates a full range of mental health and substance abuse services for children and youth across multiple county agencies, the school system and private treatment providers. We work to help youth and families in the Fairfax-Falls Church community access mental health and substance abuse services, and improve the quality of those services.
Free Online Courses and Tools
Resources for Military/Veteran Caregivers as shared by PsychArmor