Help for Veterans

Updated: Jan 22

The Veterans Health Administration continues to enhance efforts to save veteran's lives by combating suicide. To do this the VA has developed “Reach Out.” The “Reach Out” website provides video testimonials from veterans who have suffered from mental health concerns and received help at the VA.


The site also has resources for veterans who need help and anyone who wishes to reach out to support veterans. As former President Barack Obama reminded us, “To anyone out there who's hurting—it's not a sign of weakness to ask for help. It's a sign of strength.” Life has its challenges. Let veterans know that they don't have to solve them alone.


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