Tagged: PTSD

PTSD & Eating Disorders in the Military - Alexandria CE

PTSD & Eating Disorders in the Military – Alexandria CE

by Allie Ritter & Madison Nyquist   Enriching our Scope – PTSD & Eating Disorders in the Military CE About this event Join us for a lunch CE Event as we learn about PTSD and Eating Disorders in the Military. 3 hours of CE credit are pending with the approval of NASWLA and LCA. Registration begins at 10:30 and the… Read more

Memory Improvement 101

Vision Statement To provide quality, innovative memory improvement training  primarily to Military Veterans, First Responders (Law Enforcement, Fire Rescue, and Emergency Medical Services) and their families that will help improve their memories and their quality of life. Mission Statement Remember Vets, Inc. is committed to helping Military Veterans, First Responders, and their families to defeat memory loss  that’s especially associated with PTSD… Read more
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VA partners with OnStar to bring suicide prevention services to Veterans with the push of a button

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced today it is partnering with OnStar’s emergency services to improve access to suicide prevention resources for Veterans. This partnership will offer Veterans in crisis the opportunity to be transferred to around-the-clock, confidential support via VA’s Veterans Crisis Line (VCL) when they use the emergency services button in an OnStar-equipped vehicle… Read more

Combat Vets

The world of PTSD can make us feel so alone and overwhelmed. We all need peer support. At the Veterans Memorial building, we host weekly meetings and counseling sessions for veterans who have experienced combat. We provide a safe place for you to share or just listen. No need to RSVP, please just come and join a few others who… Read more
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VA Releases 2019 National Veteran Suicide Prevention Annual Report

VA released the 2019 National Veteran Suicide Prevention Annual Report, which includes findings from its most recent analysis of 2005–2017 suicide rates for both Veteran and non-Veteran populations. Data from the report emphasizes that suicide is a public health problem impacting Veterans and non-Veterans across the nation. VA offers within this report a renewed and determined call to unrelentingly address… Read more
VA Releases National Suicide Data Report

VA Releases National Suicide Data Report

Analysis Part of VA’s Comprehensive Examination of More Than 55 Million Death Records WASHINGTON — Today the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) released findings from its most recent analysis of Veteran suicide data for all 50 states and the District of Columbia. This report yields several important insights:  Suicide rates increased for both Veterans and non-Veterans, underscoring the fact… Read more