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    Programs that provide emotional support, information and guidance for veterans who have emotional problems relating to experiences they had while in the service or who have separated from the military and are having difficulty adjusting to their civilian status.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Balanced Heart Healing Center - Veterans and Military Families ProgramOffers mental health services for veterans and military families, covering sexual assault, PTSD, depression, relationship problems and other issues. Provides unconditional care, regardless of insurance, discharge status, current health or ability to pay. For a variety of reasons, many veterans prefer to receive healthcare services from civilian providers, and women who have experienced Military Sexual Trauma may not want to be cared for in facilities where they share support groups with men. By increasing civilian awareness of the realities surrounding military life and engaging individuals as well as BHHC partner organizations in support of military women, it is our intention to create a community of care around military families in southwestern Pennsylvania such that they are as well supported by the Pittsburgh community as other service members and veterans are by their active duty bases. The “Veterans and Military Families” program initially will comprise:
    • Mental health counseling for women veterans and military families,
    • Coaching services for women veterans and military families,
    • Financial planning services,
    • Referrals to complementary and alternative care providers,
    • Referrals to other organizations offering services not available at BHHC,
    • Listening events (including both military and civilian women) to hear and identify the most pressing needs and valuable resources of our women veterans, as we expand our capacity to serve them.
    AlleghenyBalanced Heart Healing CenterBalanced Heart Healing Center
    Beaver County Department of Veterans AffairsThe Beaver County Department of Veterans Affairs provides assistance in applying for county, state and federal veteran’s benefits. Veterans Services provides a wide range of benefits, resources and assistance.
    County benefits include:
    • Burial Allowance
    • Burial Plots
    • Headstones and Installation Allowances
    • Flags and Emblem Markers
    • Safeguard DD-214
    For more information visit Beaver County Department of Veterans Affairs
    State benefits include:
    • Blind Veterans Pension
    • Emergency Assistance
    • Educational Gratuity
    • Paralyzed Veterans Pension
    • Real Property Tax Exemption
    • State Veterans Home System
    • Widow's Real Property Tax Exemption
    For more information visit Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs
    Federal benefits include:
    • Disability Compensation
    • eBenefits
    • Education & Training
    • GI Bill
    • Healthcare
    • Life Insurance
    • Mortgage Delinquency Assistance
    • Pension
    • Survivor Benefits (DIC)
    • VA Guaranteed Home Loans
    • VetSuccess
    For more information visit VA Benefits in Brief
    BeaverBeaver County Department of Veterans AffairsPennsylvania Department of Military and Veteran Affairs
    Beaver County Department of Veterans Affairs - AmbridgeThe Beaver County Department of Veterans Affairs provides assistance in applying for county, state and federal veteran’s benefits. Veterans Services provides a wide range of benefits, resources and assistance. <br/> County benefits include: <ul><li>Burial Allowance</li><li>Burial Plots </li><li>Headstones and Installation Allowances</li><li>Flags and Emblem Markers</li><li>Safeguard DD-214</li></ul>For more information visit <a href="http://www.beavercountypa.gov/veterans-affairs-our-mission"target="_blank"> Beaver County Department of Veterans Affairs</a> <br/> State benefits include: <ul><li>Blind Veterans Pension</li><li>Emergency Assistance </li><li>Educational Gratuity</li><li>Paralyzed Veterans Pension</li><li>Real Property Tax Exemption</li><li>State Veterans Home System</li><li>Widow's Real Property Tax Exemption</li></ul>For more information visit <a href="http://www.dmva.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt/community/veterans_affairs/7179"target="_blank"> Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs</a> <br/> Federal benefits include: <ul><li>Disability Compensation</li><li>eBenefits</li><li>Education & Training</li><li>GI Bill</li><li>Healthcare</li><li>Life Insurance</li><li>Mortgage Delinquency Assistance</li><li>Pension</li><li>Survivor Benefits (DIC)</li><li>VA Guaranteed Home Loans</li><li>VetSuccess</li></ul>For more information visit <a href="http://www.vba.va.gov/pubs/forms/VBA-21-0760-ARE.pdf"target="_blank"> VA Benefits in Brief</a> BeaverBeaver County Department of Veterans AffairsPennsylvania Department of Military and Veteran Affairs
    Duquesne University Psychology Clinic - Military ServicesDuquesne University Psychology Clinic - Military Services provides free counseling and support to military service members who have served or who expect to serve in the Iraq and/or Afghanistan conflicts (OIF/OEF), to the veterans of those conflicts, and to the families and loved ones of the those involved. Provides help to any of those who might be struggling with issues related to the psychological trauma of war, as well as separations and the cycles of deployment, homecoming, and reentry to civilian life. People can be seen individually but work with families is also available. Family sessions that include an extended family of grandparents, uncles, aunts, boy/girlfriends, and even other close friends are especially valued.AlleghenyDuquesne University Psychology Clinic - Military ServicesDuquesne University
    Erie County Veterans Affairs Medical Center - Transition and Care Management ProgramA social work program designed to help Veterans seamlessly transition from military life in the DOD to civilian life connecting them with VA healthcare. This program can assist post 9/11 veterans with completing health and wellness goals to ease transition back into civilian life by providing navigation assistance of the VA system and appropriate referrals to community resources.ErieErie County Veterans Affairs Medical CenterErie Veterans Affairs Medical Center
    Give an Hour - Counseling for VeteransProvides complimentary and confidential mental health counseling to returning troops and their families, especially the troops and families affected by the current military conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. Volunteer therapists provide counseling to veterans, who then perform volunteer service for a community organization. Telephone counseling is also available. Our providers are licensed mental health professionals who have agreed to provide services in their areas of expertise. They generously agree to provide one hour per week of mental health support at no charge. Our providers agree to participate in the Give an Hour network for a minimum of one year. Our providers are aware that Give an Hour is a nonpolitical organization whose mission is to assist military personnel and their families as they cope with the effects of deployment and combat. Our providers agree to conduct their practice using the highest ethical standards and to respect and honor the dignity and individuality of those who seek their assistance. Give an Hour provides counseling to individuals, couples, and families, as well as children and adolescents. Our providers can help in the following areas:
    • Individual Services,
    • Marital Services,
    • Family Services,
    • Group Counseling,
    • Child and Adolescent Services,
    • Parent Guidance,
    • Post-Traumatic Stress,
    • Alcohol/Chemical Dependency,
    • Pastoral Counseling,
    • Grief and Loss,
    • Traumatic Brain Injury,
    • Anger Management,
    • Anxiety,
    • Separation/Divorce,
    • Sexual Abuse.
    Give an HourGive an Hour
    Greene County Veterans Affairs OfficeGreene County Veterans Affairs provides assistance in applying for county, state and federal veteran’s benefits. Veterans Services provides a wide range of benefits, resources and assistance.
    County benefits include:
    • Burial Allowance
    • Burial Plots
    • Headstones and Installation Allowances
    • Flags and Emblem Markers
    • Safeguard DD-214
    For more information visit Greene County Veterans Affairs
    State benefits include:
    • Blind Veterans Pension
    • Emergency Assistance
    • Educational Gratuity
    • Paralyzed Veterans Pension
    • Real Property Tax Exemption
    • State Veterans Home System
    • Widow's Real Property Tax Exemption
    For more information visit Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs
    Federal benefits include:
    • Disability Compensation
    • eBenefits
    • Education & Training
    • GI Bill
    • Healthcare
    • Life Insurance
    • Mortgage Delinquency Assistance
    • Pension
    • Survivor Benefits (DIC)
    • VA Guaranteed Home Loans
    • VetSuccess
    For more information visit VA Benefits in Brief
    GreeneGreene County Veterans Affairs OfficePennsylvania Department of Military and Veteran Affairs
    Keystone WarriorsAn Eastern Pennsylvania based 501 (c)(3) nonprofit corporation that seeks to honor the daily sacrifices made by the brave men and women in all branches of the United States Military, but specifically those wounded on or after September 11, 2001. Aids wounded warriors by raising public awareness and seeking the public’s support for programs and services that assist wounded warriors. Funds donated to Keystone Warriors are used to support local post-9/11 veterans and their families located in or with ties to Pennsylvania. The remaining funds are donated to national post-9/11 wounded veterans organizations. Provides these services: Financially: Provides direct resources for daily needs such as groceries, toiletries and items for the wounded warrior and their family. Partner with a local organization, Keystone Soldiers, to provide these immediate needs. Also provide financial counseling to wounded warriors to help in their transition from the military to civilian life. Physically: Keeping wounded warriors active is key to their overall wellbeing. Partner with Corps Fitness, Wyomissing, PA to provide specialized physical training and goal setting in an active, physical lifestyle. Also works with local gyms in the area in which wounded warriors are located to ensure they are provided the opportunity to stay active. Mentally: One of the major problems faced by wounded warriors is mental health. Strive to help warriors by providing counseling and mentorship. Actively working with local veteran’s counseling centers to provide much needed support. Also strive to match up wounded warriors who have gone through similar experiences and establish a mentor relationship.BerksKeystone WarriorsKeystone Warriors
    Lawrence County Department of Veterans AffairsThe Lawrence County Department of Veterans Affairs provides assistance in applying for county, state and federal veteran’s benefits. Veterans Services provides a wide range of benefits, resources and assistance.
    County benefits include:
    • Burial Allowance
    • Burial Plots
    • Headstones and Installation Allowances
    • Flags and Emblem Markers
    • Safeguard DD-214
    For more information visit Lawrence County Department of Veterans Affairs
    State benefits include:
    • Blind Veterans Pension
    • Emergency Assistance
    • Educational Gratuity
    • Paralyzed Veterans Pension
    • Real Property Tax Exemption
    • State Veterans Home System
    • Widow's Real Property Tax Exemption
    For more information visit Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs
    Federal benefits include:
    • Disability Compensation
    • eBenefits
    • Education & Training
    • GI Bill
    • Healthcare
    • Life Insurance
    • Mortgage Delinquency Assistance
    • Pension
    • Survivor Benefits (DIC)
    • VA Guaranteed Home Loans
    • VetSuccess
    For more information visit VA Benefits in Brief
    LawrenceLawrence County Department of Veterans AffairsPennsylvania Department of Military and Veteran Affairs
    Pennsylvania Wounded WarriorsOffers Pennsylvania Wounded Warriors, their families, or Pennsylvania veterans with medical emergencies in their families financial assistance. Helps wounded warriors with home repairs, utility payments, short term rent or mortgage payments, medical bills and medical equipment not covered under current government programs and educational programs to prepare for college under the GI Bill.CumberlandPennsylvania Wounded WarriorsWounded Warrior Project
    Philadelphia Vet Center NEVet Centers provide readjustment counseling and outreach services to all veterans who served in any combat zone. Services are also available for their family members for military related issues. All services are provided at no cost to the veteran or family.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Vet Center NEPhiladelphia Vet Center NE
    United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth and Technology - AfterDeploymentIn 2006, Congress mandated the U.S. Department of Defense to develop an online resource addressing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental health conditions commonly occurring after a deployment. A recent Institute of Medicine (IOM) study found that 13 to 20 percent of the 2.6 million service members deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan since 2001 may suffer from PTSD. The IOM noted that only slightly more than half of those diagnosed with PTSD actually received treatment. This “treatment gap” was viewed to be the result of three factors: stigma, difficulty accessing care and health care workers not suitably trained to treat PTSD. The need is clear. To meet this need, the Defense Department’s National Center for Telehealth & Technology (T2) developed, and maintains, AfterDeployment (AD). The website was designed to work as a self-care solution. While the general congressional mandate was to focus on the period after deployment, the content, crafted to provide topical comprehensiveness, evolved to more broadly cover the entire deployment spectrum, from pre-deployment through deployment to redeployment. Features were developed to provide an immersive, interactive experience. The material was aimed at a diverse population with the intention of normalizing adjustment problems following a deployment. AD continues to evolve and gain recognition. In 2010 a “Provider Portal” was introduced to add support for health care professionals treating patients with behavioral health issues. The 2013 Interagency Task Force on Military and Veterans Mental Heath Interim Report recognized AD as a premiere DoD web-based psychological health care tool. As AD passes its 5th year anniversary milestone, exciting plans are underway that include expanding content and developing innovative design concepts to enhance user experience. United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth & TechnologyUnited States Department of Defense
    United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth and Technology - MilitaryKidsConnectToday's military kids grow up in a world where they may face many issues with the reintegration of a formally deployed military family member who may be dealing with post traumatic stress, physical disabilities and other issues. They need a unique set of skills to draw on in order to get through often difficult situations. MilitaryKidsConnect (MKC), an award-winning website, helps children prepare for the challenges faced during these significant family transitions. Through participation in MKC's monitored online forums, children can share their own ideas, experiences, and suggestions with other military children, helping them to know they are not alone in dealing with the stresses of military life. MKC's focused parent and educator tracks provide information to help them understand what it takes to support military children in at-home and school settings.United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth & TechnologyUnited States Department of Defense
    United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth and Technology - MilitaryParentingParenting for Service Members and Veterans is an anonymous, online self-help course designed to help the military community improve their parenting skills. It provides military and veteran parents with tools and practical advice to help them reconnect with their families after a separation, strengthen relationships with their children and build upon their existing parenting skills. Using stories from real veteran and military families, interactive activities and a curriculum developed by leading experts, MilitaryParenting helps parents address both everyday parenting problems and family issues unique to their military history. Since 2001, lengthy and multiple combat deployments have disrupted life for millions of military family members. This course can help these parents reintegrate and reconnect with their children, whether they are returning from a current deployment or have reintegrated many years ago. Parents with combat injuries or mental health concerns can find strategies for parenting in the face of such personal challenges. All parents, whether struggling or satisfied with their children’s behavior, will find MilitaryParenting gives them tools they can use today to teach their children skills and values that they can keep for a lifetime. The MilitaryParenting course provides a strength-based approach for addressing parenting issues before more serious issues arise. Registration is not required to take the course, and no personal information is ever requested or stored by the website. MilitaryParenting is a stand-alone course, but it may be used with in-person counseling. The Web course is not intended to replace mental health treatment and offers parents specific guidelines on when they might seek professional help for their child or family. This course was developed as part of the DoD/VA Integrated Mental Health Strategy. The National Center for Telehealth & Technology and the Veterans Administration partnered with each other to lead this effort. This was established to advance a coordinated public health model to improve access, quality, and efficiency of mental health services for all active duty service members, National Guard and Reserve members, veterans, and their families.United States Department of Defense, National Center for Telehealth & TechnologyUnited States Department of Defense
    United States Department of Veterans Affairs - Homeless Veterans Program: Mental Health Services for VeteransThe United States Department of Veterans Affairs is committed to ending Veteran homelessness by the end of 2015. No one who has served our country should ever go without a safe, stable place to call home. The entire department has put its energy and resources into ending Veteran homelessness. VA's programs provide individualized, comprehensive care to Veterans who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Our Veterans return from service with wounds we cannot always see. VA is committed to providing our Veterans with the mental health services they deserve. Too often, the emotional scars of service can contribute to Veteran homelessness or place Veterans at risk of homelessness. VA offers many mental health services for Veterans to help them get back on their feet. VA provides a variety of programs and services that Veterans can take advantage of, including:
    • Domiciliary Care for Homeless Veterans (DCHV) Program Domiciliary care was initially established to provide services to economically-disadvantaged Veterans, and it remains committed to serving that group. The Domiciliary has evolved from a "Soldiers' Home" to become an active clinical rehabilitation and treatment program for male and female Veterans and domiciliary programs are now integrated with the Mental Health Residential Rehabilitation and Treatment Programs (MH RRTPs). Domiciliary Care for Homeless Veterans Program
    • Substance Use Disorder Treatment Enhancement Initiative VA’s Substance Use Disorder Treatment Enhancement Initiative provides substance use services in the community to aid homeless Veterans’ recovery.
    • Readjustment Counseling Service’s Vet Center Programs The Readjustment Counseling Service’s Vet Center Programs feature community-based locations and outreach activities that help to identify and match homeless Veterans with necessary services.
    • VA’s Health Care for Homeless Veterans (HCHV) Program VA’s Health Care for Homeless Veterans (HCHV) Program offers outreach, exams, treatment, referrals, and case management to Veterans who are homeless and dealing with mental health issues, including substance use. At more than 135 HCHV sites, trained, caring VA specialists provide the tools and support necessary for Veterans to get their lives on a better track. Call VA’s toll-free hotline or visit Learn more about the HCHV Program.
    Visit website for additional information on these programs.
    United States Department of Veterans Affairs - Homeless Veterans ProgramUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs
    United States Department of Veterans Affairs - Veterans Crisis LineConnects veterans, active duty/reserve and guard service members in crisis and their families and friends with Department of Veterans Affairs responders through a confidential toll-free hotline, online chat, or text.United States Department of Veterans Affairs - Information and Referral HotlinesUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs
    VET CENTER, Readjustment Counseling ServicesIndividual, group, marriage, and family counseling for adjustment issues and posttraumatic stress disorder following demobilization from/to war zones; military sexual trauma; drug and alcohol addiction, VA benefits, community education and outreach; bereavement counseling for families of military personnel killed in war zone.DauphinVet CenterVet Center
    Veterans Crisis LineVeterans Crisis Line is a confidential service for Veterans and Service members experiencing an emotional crisis especially when concerned about the risk of physical harm. Please look for any of the following warning signs: - Hopelessness; feeling like there’s no way out - Anxiety, agitation, sleeplessness, mood swings - Feeling like there is no reason to live - Rage or anger - Engaging in risky activities without thinking - Increasing alcohol or drug abuse - Withdrawing from family and friends The presence of the following signs requires immediate attention: - Thinking about hurting or killing yourself - Looking for ways to kill yourself - Talking about death, dying, or suicide - Self-destructive behavior such as drug abuse, weapons, etc. Even if there is no immediate danger, the Veterans Crisis Line is here for you. Crisis feels different for everybody and can stem from a wide range of situations. Some Veterans are coping with aging, stress, relationship problems, financial or legal issues, or lingering effects stemming from their military service, which were never addressed. Some Veterans have difficulty with their relationships or the transition back to civilian life. Whatever’s got you down - chronic pain, anxiety, depression, sleeplessness, anger, or even homelessness - a Veterans Crisis Line responder can provide support, day or night.Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services AdministrationSubstance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration
    Veterans Health Administration, Altoona - James E. Van Zandt VA Medical Center - Social ServicesHelps veterans and their families with problems associated with the stress of an illness. Social workers help veterans find resources to meet their needs, within the VA system and in their community, such as: home health services, legal services, transportation, and community living. Services offered include counseling to Veterans with drug, alcohol, and emotional problems; to help Veterans and their families understand and adjust to an illness or disability; to Veterans and family members who want to prepare advance directives and durable powers of attorney for health care or finances; to help Veterans and their families cope with terminal illness; to family members about legal issues, such as commitment and guardianship.BlairVeterans Health Administration, Altoona - James E. Van Zandt VA Medical CenterUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
    Veterans Health Administration, Altoona - James E. Van Zandt VA Medical Center - Veterans Affairs Supported Housing ( VASH )Helps veterans living with a disability, mental illness, addiction, chronic homelessness or other issues obtain safe, affordable, accessible permanent housing, as well as medical treatment, supportive services, and case management. They VA will provide necessary medical treatment and supportive services through the VA medical system. The Housing Authority of Indiana County will provide rental housing assistance through its Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program, which will allow the veterans to rent from private landlords throughout the area.BlairVeterans Health Administration, Altoona - James E. Van Zandt VA Medical CenterUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
    Veterans Health Administration, Pittsburgh Vet CenterThe Veterans Health Administration (VHA) Vet Centers are a type of VA health care facility designed to provide outreach and readjustment counseling services through 232 community-based Vet Centers located in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Services are also available for their family members for military related issues. Veterans have earned these benefits through their service and all are provided at no cost to the Veteran or family. Readjustment counseling is wide range of services provided to combat veterans in the effort to make a satisfying transition from military to civilian life. Vet Centers can assist veterans and their family members toward a successful post-war adjustment in their community with the following services:
    • Readjustment counseling,
    • Couples/marital counseling,
    • Family counseling,
    • Substance abuse information and referral,
    • Group readjustment counseling,
    • Military sexual trauma counseling and referral,
    • Referral for benefits assistance,
    • Job counseling and referral,
    • Community education,
    • Networking and referrals,
    • Bereavement counseling (some locations),
    • Medical referrals,
    • Crisis intervention,
    • Assistance in applying for VA Benefits.
    AlleghenyVeterans Health Administration, Pittsburgh Vet CenterUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
    Veterans Health Administration, Pittsburgh Vet Center (Veteran Counseling Program)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.AlleghenyVeterans Health Administration, Pittsburgh Vet CenterUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
    Veterans Health Administration, VA Butler Healthcare - Cranberry Township VA Outpatient ClinicVA Butler Healthcare provides comprehensive medical care to Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio-area Veterans. Veteran care includes primary, specialty, and mental health care, as well as health maintenance plans, management of chronic conditions, preventive medicine needs and social support services. We proudly serve America’s Veterans at our main campus as well as at our five VA Primary Care Outpatient Clinics in Armstrong, Southern Butler County (Cranberry Township), Clarion, Lawrence and Mercer Counties. A Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC) is a VA-operated clinic or a VA-funded or reimbursed health care facility or site that is geographically distinct or separate from the parent medical facility. VA Butler’s Cranberry Township VA Outpatient Clinic delivers care consistent with that received at our main facility. We recognize that a high percentage of our Veterans are better served close to their homes, and we appreciate the opportunity to offer the high quality care associated with VA Butler Healthcare, to all of our Veterans and their families in Cranberry Township (Butler County). Services available: Registration, primary care, physical exams, tobacco cessation counseling, pharmacy counseling, Coumadin clinic, routine laboratory, Tele-Health, Tele-Derm, Tele-Retinal Diabetic Eye Exams, Tele-MOVE!, nutrition, Women’s health care, social work services, palliative care, outpatient behavioral health services, and transportation assistance.ButlerVeterans Health Administration, VA Butler HealthcareUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
    Veterans Health Administration, VA Butler Healthcare - Homeless Veteran ProgramProvides services and housing resources for eligible Veterans to break the cycle of homelessness and unemployment. Services include Disability benefits, education, health care, rehabilitation, residential care and compensated work therapy.ButlerVeterans Health Administration, VA Butler HealthcareUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
    Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System: Community Support Program/Mental Health Intensive Case Management ProgramVA Pittsburgh Healthcare System's Community Support Program/Mental Health Intensive Case Management Program (MHICM)works with veterans diagnosed with serious mental illness, helping them transition to community living and fostering independence and recovery. MHICM advocates a philosophy of recovery and rehabilitation. Veterans enrolled in this program have an assigned intensive case manager who has frequent contact with them through regular visits. The case manager will facilitate their integration into the community using natural support systems, such as family, landlords and employers, whenever possible. Our integrated, multidisciplinary team delivers services that provides intensive, flexible community support, improves health status by reducing psychiatric symptoms, and decreasing inpatient hospital use, focuses on recovery, and improves community adjustment, functioning and quality of life. AlleghenyVeterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare SystemUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
    Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System: Domiciliary ServicesVA Pittsburgh Healthcare System's Domiciliary Services is a residential treatment program that offers health care and rehabilitation services, social services, job placement services, and housing search and placement assistance. The goals of the Domiciliary program are to promote health and independence through a structured treatment program. The program emphasizes personal responsibility. The facility is unique in its design by providing a living environment of shared apartment living versus the former dormitory-style living arrangements. The Domiciliary exhibits a model community living arrangement that includes townhouse, apartment, and patio-style villas that overlook a courtyard. AlleghenyVeterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare SystemUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
    Veterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System - VA Pittsburgh Healthy Women's CenterThe VA Pittsburgh Healthy Women's Center is a Center of Excellence delivering specialized care and readjustment counseling to women Veterans is one of the VA's top priorities. The Healthy Women's Center serves as a one-stop shop, meeting Veterans' complete health care needs. The VA Pittsburgh Women Veterans Program seeks to promote the health, welfare and dignity of female Veterans and their families by ensuring equal access to timely, sensitive and quality health care. Our Women Veterans Program Manager advises and advocates for women Veterans. She can help coordinate all the services you may need, from primary care to specialized care for chronic conditions or reproductive health. VA health care for women Veterans includes primary and specialty care. Specialty Care includes Maternity Care Benefits for Women Veterans. ask for a maternity Care Coordinator at the VA. AlleghenyVeterans Health Administration, VA Pittsburgh Healthcare SystemUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
    Veterans Health Administration, Vet Center ProgramProvide readjustment and transition counseling to veterans of military campaigns and their family members. Services available at Vet Centers include individual, group and family counseling, bereavement counseling for families of an active duty death and counseling for military sexual trauma. Call centers provide information on Vet Center locations and referral for all counseling services, as well as substance abuse, medical issues and employment services. A suicide hotline is available 24 hours a day. Family members of combat veterans are eligible for Vet Center counseling services for military related issues.Veterans Health Administration, Vet Center ProgramUnited States Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration
    Veterans Leadership Program - Homeless Veterans Reintegration ProgramThe Homeless Veterans Reintegration Program (HVRP) at VLP provides services to homeless, unemployed, or underemployed Veterans. Veterans Leadership Program’s HVRP Job Club is tailored to meet the needs of this group of Veterans and is held 4 times each year. During Job Club, participants meet for 8 days on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Some sessions feature morning and afternoon segments, and lunch is provided if the Veteran stays for both. When Job Club wraps up for the day, Veterans are given bus tickets so they can return for the following session.AlleghenyVeterans Leadership Program-Homeless Veterans Reintegration ProgramVeterans Leadership Program of Western PA
    Veterans Leadership Program - Veteran Reintegration CounselingProvides counseling for veterans who are reintegrating into civilian life.AlleghenyVeterans Leadership Program of Western PAVeterans Leadership Program of Western PA
    Wounded Warrior ProjectWounded Warrior Project is a charitable organization that assists physically or mentally injured veterans through advocacy, events, resources and programs. Programs include:
    • Combat Stress Recovery Program,
    • Project Odyssey,
    • Restore Warriors,
    • The Independence Program and the Long-Term Support Trust,
    • Physical Health & Wellness programs,
    • Soldier Ride,
    • TRACK,
    • Transition Training Academy,
    • Warriors to Work,
    • Alumni program,
    • Family Support program,
    • Benefits Service,
    • International Support,
    • WWP Packs,
    • Peer Support,
    • Policy and Government Affairs,
    • Resource Center.
    Vist website for detailed information on these programs.
    Wounded Warrior ProjectWounded Warrior Project
    Wounded Warrior Project, PittsburghWounded Warrior Project is a charitable organization that assists physically or mentally injured veterans through advocacy, events, resources and programs. Programs include:
    • Combat Stress Recovery Program,
    • Project Odyssey,
    • Restore Warriors,
    • The Independence Program and the Long-Term Support Trust,
    • Physical Health & Wellness programs,
    • Soldier Ride,
    • TRACK,
    • Transition Training Academy,
    • Warriors to Work,
    • Alumni program,
    • Family Support program,
    • Benefits Service,
    • International Support,
    • WWP Packs,
    • Peer Support,
    • Policy and Government Affairs,
    • Resource Center.
    Vist website for detailed information on these programs.
    AlleghenyWounded Warrior ProjectWounded Warrior Project

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