The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) reports that 30 percent of active-duty and reserve military personnel recently deployed have a mental health condition that requires treatment. Even more startling is the fact that approximately 20 veterans die by suicide every day.

First responders are also very much affected by role-related stress. A recent national survey found that 85 percent of first responders had experienced symptoms related to depression, anxiety and PTSD.

Constant exposure to trauma and intense situations, the strain of working long hours and family separation are just a few of the issues that compound the stress response related to serving our nation, whether in a military or first responder role.

We offer a multidisciplinary team that includes psychiatrists, nurses, military-trained therapists and other professionals to help you in your journey toward recovery.

I think I (or a loved one) may need help—what can I do?

Remember, recovery is possible. Call us at 24/7 for a confidential assessment. Additional resources are listed below.

General Resources

Lifeline Crisis Chat
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
National Institute of Mental Health
National Resource Directory
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

For Active-Duty and Veterans

U.S. Department of Defense
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
TRICARE
Real Warriors
Military One Source
Veterans Crisis Line
Patriot Paws

For First Responders

Share The Load
Cop 2 Cop 
Firefighter Behavioral Health Alliance
Frontline Helpline
Safe Call Now
Badge of Life

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)?

Isn’t PTSD caused by one big event?

How does PTSD affect the family?

Should I see a psychiatrist or psychologist?

Someone said I should go to AA. Should I?

What are the warning signs of suicide?