PTSD and TBI information for Active Duty Military Personnel

Post-traumatic Stress and a new generation of veterans

What is post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Describing post traumatic stress in combat veterans

Describing post traumatic stress in combat veterans

Remember those who are supporting our freedom yesterday, today and in the future

Spousal Post-traumatic stress and effects on families and friends

What are the symptoms of post-traumatic stress
What are the diagnosis of post-traumatic stress

Treatment Methods for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Misdiagnosis of PTSD as another preexisting disorder is becoming used by DoD doctors to discharge military personal with no outside benefits

Remember those who are supporting our freedom yesterday, today and in the future
Females in Action

Shortchanging Vets

Remember those who are supporting our freedom yesterday, today and in the future

How Personal health is affected by post traumatic stress disorder

National Service Organizations that help veterans with ptsd

Personal experiences with the Department of Veterans Affairs

Remember those who are supporting our freedom yesterday, today and in the future

Religious and Spiritual Alienation caused by ptsd

With PTSD a little humor must shine!

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) links Page



Call 1-866-218-6123 Anytime
To Discuss Treatment Options

Support for personnel in Enduring and Iraqi Freedom

The following information is taken from a new web page within the Veterans Affairs site!

Benefits Information for Active Duty Military Personnel

This site is very helpful to you and yours

Call 1-866-218-6123 Anytime
To Discuss Treatment Options

This is a new web page and is just reaching the advance construction stage!

Other sources of information that active duty personnel can use to find help with combat trauma is also presented for you use!

If you are active duty or your spouse feels that you need help and do not wish for them to go through military channels to start with. Please look into visiting the local Vet Center.
Returning veterans are entitled to up to 5 visits with a counselor.

With very few exceptions, military personnel's privacy is protected by both Federal and Stare laws! Contact the nearest Vet Center for assistance.

  • Go to the web page for the National Center for PTSD. National Center for PTSD  -  The mission of the National Center for PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) is to advance the clinical care and social welfare of America's veterans through research, education, and training in the science, diagnosis, and treatment of PTSD and stress-related disorders.

  • Synopsis of VA Benefits for Active Duty Personnel
  •  -  Brief description of benefits for military active duty personnel.   Word document - 21 KB.

  • Overcoming Relocation Stress Health and Medical Services for the Military - Visit the TRICARE web site.

  • You will find help and assistance dealig with TBI which I know very little bit about!!
    Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center9. - As the United States faces crises both at home and abroad, DVBIC continues to be the only organization committed to the effort to prevent, treat, and provide education on TBI for soldiers currently on active duty, national guard and reservists recently injured in the line of duty, their dependents, and retired military personnel.

Other Helpful Points of Information:

  • Navy - Marine Corps Relief Society It is sponsored by the Department of the Navy and operates nearly 250 offices ashore and afloat at Navy and Marine Corps bases throughout the world.   The mission of the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society is to provide, in partnership with the Navy and Marine Corps, financial, educational, and other assistance to members of the Naval Services of the United States, eligible family members, and survivors when in need; and to receive and manage funds to administer these programs.

  • Special note to all veterans who have been rejected support after discharge!

  • Army One Source" gives around the clock access to a warm human ear.    A 24/7 toll free telephone number for information and referral services for soldiers, deployed civilians and their families is manned by real people.    No phone tree or menus.    From the United States, callers can dial (800) 464-8107.   From outside the United States, dial the appropriate access code to reach a U.S. number and then (800) 464-81077 -- all 11 digits must be dialed.   Hearing-impaired callers should use (800) 364-9188, and Spanish speakers can dial (888) 732-9020.
    Go to:  Go to link for more information on Army One Source." Army One Source

    There are many areas of support but there are still areas lacking!

  • GOV Benefits.Gov - This Federal Government web site contains links to many Federal and State benefits programs.   You can search by Federal agency, State, or category of program.

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