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Veterans, Military and Family Health

An interprofessional guide to the evidence-based resources addressing the unique health care needs of veterans, military persons and their families.


Learn more about the following topics by searching MedlinePlus, a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institute of Health:

    PTSD Resources

    • National Center for PTSD: This site provides information on a variety of topics, including treatment programs, returning from thet war zone, clinician guide, and assessment of trauma & PTSD. 

    Government Resources

    Resources for Women Military Veterans

    • Women Veterans Health Care: Provides information on health care services available to women veterans, including comprehensive primary care as well as specialty care such as reproductive services, rehabilitation, mental health, and treatment for military sexual trauma.

          Additional Resources

          • National Alliance on Mental Illness: Veterans and Military Resource Center:  This site delivers material on a diverse list of issues military personnel can face including PTSD, TBI, homelessness, suicide and mental illness. Specific sections are available for families, women, and active duty personnel.
          • Veterans Crisis Line: The Veterans Crisis Line provides professional assistance to veterans, family, and friends. This site provides numerous ways for veterans to connect with professional responders for help with a variety of issues including PTSD, TBI, military sexual trauma, and family and relationship issues.
          • PTSD Recovery Programs: provides PTSD and addiction recovery centers by state as well as private helplines and information about the recovery process.