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Veterans & Military Resource Center


American troops are precious, and essential assets to the nation. During, before, and after times of combat, those who serve our military, and their families face unique challenges that sometimes require mental health treatment. At the NAMI Veterans and Military Resource Center you will find resources, support, and partnerships dedicated to mental health policy, education initiatives and advocacy priorities that impact active duty military personnel, veterans with mental illness and the family members of these individuals.

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NAMI Veterans & Active Duty Resource Center




Department of Veteran Affairs State Summary: Maryland


VA Benefits & Health Care Utilization National Statistics 2016


Coming Home From War


Hearing on Care and Treatment Available to Survivors of MST


Women, Trauma and PTSD


Profile of Women Veterans Today


A no-cost, five course online training program, is provided by Army OneSource. This program is intended to help build awareness of the culture in which the Military, Veterans, and their families, live and work.

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Treating the Invisible Wounds of War



Resources for Women Veterans

If you or a loved one needs help:

  • The Department of Veterans Affairs Center for Women Veterans at (202) 273-6193.
  • The Veterans Health Administration Women Veterans Health Strategic Health Care Group at (202) 461-1070.