Veterans Health Administration, Pittsburgh Vet Center (Veteran Counseling Program)
Veterans Health Administration, Pittsburgh Vet Center
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Description of Service
Individual, and group counseling to treat PTSD and other issues; drug and alcohol follow-up care; a family/marital clinical team helps resolve family issues; sexual trauma counseling is available for veterans who have experienced acts of sexual violence while on active duty; job search skills workshop and job club.
Apply for your VA benefits at your Local Regional Offices: VA regional offices can assist you with filing the appropriate VA forms.Also, to apply for a specific benefit, visit Applying for Benefits. In addition, VSO's (Veteran Service Organizations) can assist you as well by answering general questions and even petitioning on your behalf for services they believe you are qualified to receive.
Discharge papers helpful.
Vet Centers do not require enrollment in the VHA Health Care System.
Veterans are eligible if they served on active duty in a combat theater during World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, the Gulf War, or the campaigns in Lebanon, Grenada, Panama, Somalia, Bosnia, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq and the Global War on Terror. Veterans, who served in the active military during the Vietnam-era, but not in the Republic of Vietnam, must have requested services at a Vet Center before Jan. 1, 2004.
Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm.
Dave McPeak, MA, MPA
Physical Site Address 1
2500 Baldwick Rd, Suite 15
Physical Site City, State, Zip
Pittsburgh, PA 15205
Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255 (Press 1) or text Get Help NOW to 838255