Veterans all across the globe need our support, prayer and understanding. Although we don't all have a family member serving or who served in the past, we are all fortunate to have veterans serving America.
As we move into 2023, the lack of jobs and social stability stressors can often lead our veterans deeper into despair and sadness. When you see a veteran this year, take a moment and thank them for all they do. You might be the thanks that gets them through.
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Go to the nearest emergency room.
To our Veterans:
How can I get ongoing support?
You can get ongoing support through your local VA health care facility or regional office:
Our specially trained suicide prevention coordinators—available in each VA medical center across the country—can help you get the counseling and services you need.
Our Vet Centers can help you—and your family—readjust to life at home after you’ve returned from serving in a combat zone.
Our Veterans Benefits Administration offices can help you access benefits for disability compensation (monthly payments), job training, home loans, and more.
You can also find information and support on our websites: