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Resources for Veterans


Serving Veterans: A Resource Guide - This SAMHSA-HRSA Center for Integrated Health Solutions resource guide provides key sources of information, trainings, and clinical tools to support primary and behavioral health care providers in the delivery of care to veterans, including resources that enable veterans and their families to directly access services and benefits. 


The Pocket Guide for Clinicians provides information helpful in understanding patients’ medical problems and concerns, and in establishing rapport and therapeutic partnerships with military service members and Veterans.


Jennifer Lee’s article, “Honoring Those Who Have Served: How Can Health Professionals Provide Optimal Care for Members of the Military, Veterans, and Their Families,” suggests that several systemic interventions will enable all health care professionals to provide service members and veterans with the high-quality care they deserve.


Cultural Competence: Strengthening the Clinician’s Role in Delivering Quality HIV Care within Veteran Communities is a Powerpoint presentation on delivering HIV care to veterans.


The Veteran Services Directory provides information on various healthcare programs and topics for veterans and their families.


The Vermont Veteran Services Supportive Services for Veteran Families program helps very low-income veterans and veteran families who are homeless or imminently at risk of homelessness gain and retain stable housing.


The Military Cultural Awareness Training provides information to providers on treating veterans.


Health Resources and Services Administration

Helping Veterans and Their Families


National Council for Behavioral Health

Meeting the Behavioral Health Needs of Veterans


U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Fact Sheets

PTSD: Professional



What do Military Veterans Need to Know about the Marketplace?