Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Support Services

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 Killed 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

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

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Information Bookstore

With PTSD a little humor must shine!

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) links Page



 

 

 

Technical Links!

The Post Traumatic Stress Resources Web Page is created and maintained by the PTSD Program of the Department of Psychiatry, Carl T. Hayden VAMC, Phoenix Arizona. We give special thanks to the Long Beach VAMC for allowing us to post it on their WWW system. Welcome and we hope this page is helpful to you.

The purpose of the Post Traumatic Stress Web Resources Page is to maintain World Wide Web links to professional information on the Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome from whatever cause. We are constantly seeking new sources for this page. Should you know of any, or if your computer system contains such traumatic stress information and you would like to have it entered on this page, please forward information to any e-mail address at the end of this page. All such contributions would be greatly appreciated for the continuing development of this Web page.

Listing of Resources

  1. National Center for PTSD, Department of Veteran Affairs, White River Junction, Vermont.

    This page contains a telenet link to the PILOTS database at Dartmouth College Library On-line System, a searchable database to the world's literature on post-traumatic stress disorder, produced by the National Center for PTSD. You can contact Fred Lerner, D.L.C. for further information on the PILOTS database, at [email protected]

    This link also has connections to the PTSD Research Quarterly, the NCP Clinical Quarterly, divisions and personnel of the National Center and more. To send e-mail to the National Center, use e-mail address: [email protected]

  2. Trauma Information Pages created by David Baldwin, PhD.
  3. Traumatic Stress Network founded by Charles Figley, PhD at Florida State University.
  4. International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies
  5. University of Queensland, Australia - Grant Devilly's PTSD Site
  6. Canadian Traumatic Stress Network by David S. Hart, PhD

Related Connections and Information

  1. Department of Veterans Affairs Web Page
  2. Library of Congress POW/MIA database
  3. For Women Veterans by Capt Barbara A. Wilson, USAF Retired
  4. Office of the Special Assistant for the Gulf War Illnesses
  5. Vietnam Vets Home Page or try here
  6. Facts of the Korean War
  7. National Personnel Records Center
  8. National Institute of Mental Health
  9. VA National Center for Clinical Ethics
  10. Emergency Preparedness Information Exchange


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