In Need of Help

National Programs and Resources are available to you

The following national and multi-state programs may be helpful resources for no- to low-cost options for therapy:

  • Give an Hour can connect you with therapists in your area (by zip code) who volunteer their time to treat veterans and military communities.
  • Military OneSource has a variety of services including phone/video counseling available to active duty service members, Guard & Reserve, military families and those who have been discharged or retired up to one year post service.
  • The Wounded Warrior Project provides interactive programs, rehabilitative retreats, and other mental health services free of cost to post-9/11 veterans and their families.
  • The FOCUS Program offers resources, support and care for active-duty military families on how to handle difficulties associated with life stressors, trauma, and adjustments. They may not have an office near you, however they offer telehealth options.
  • The Our Relationship Program offers self driven programs that have been proven to help couples find new and better ways to communicate.
  • Vets4Warriors, offers peer-supported 24/7 support either on-line or via 1-855-838-8255 to help connect active duty service members, veterans and family members to care.
  • The Military and Veteran Caregiver Network (MVCN) through the American Red Cross offers peer-based support and services to connect those providing care to service members and veterans living with wounds, illnesses, injuries, and/or aging.
  • TAPS is a national nonprofit organization providing compassionate care and comprehensive resources for all those grieving the death of a military or veteran loved one.
  • Cohen Veterans Network provides mental health care for post-9/11 veterans, active duty service members (including National Guard and Reserves), and their families regardless of discharge status. Cost will never be a barrier to care and services are provided in-person and via telehealth in multiple states.
  • Home Base, located in Massachusetts, is dedicated to healing the invisible wounds of war for veterans of all eras, service members, military families and families of the fallen through world-class, direct clinical care, wellness, education and research. This is provided at no cost, regardless of the era of service, discharge status or geographical location.
  • Emory Healthcare Veterans Program, located in Georgia and providing telehealth to additional eligible states, treats conditions related to military service. Treatment is free for eligible post-9/11 veterans and service members living anywhere in the US, regardless of discharge status, deployment history, or length of service. Both the traditional outpatient treatment as well as a two week Intensive Outpatient Program are offered in person or via telehealth.
  • Centerstone provides mental health support for active duty service members, veterans, and their family members regardless of the era in which they served or discharge status. They have locations in Florida, Illinois, Indiana and Tennessee.
  • Psychology Today is a website that lists therapists with filters based on insurance, cost (including sliding scale), and specialty.
  • If you served in the active military, naval, or air service and did not receive a dishonorable discharge, you are likely eligible for care at your local VA or Vet Center which can provide in-person or telehealth mental health care.

If you or your loved one is in crisis and need immediate support, please reach out to the Veterans Crisis Line at 988 or 1-800-273-8255 and press 1 or text to 838255.