Information, Links & Resources For Veterans of All Needs
Resources for Women Veterans
PsychArmor is an essential resource for anyone looking to serve those who have served. They have a comprehensive library of free military culture educational resources, including free courses on suicide prevention.
- S.A.V.E. (Signs, Ask, Validate, Encourage & Expedite) is a course offered on PsychArmor developed in collaboration with VA that will help you understand the general problem of suicide in the United States, how to identify a Veteran who may be at risk for suicide, and information on what to do if you identify a Veteran at risk.
- Veterans can get ongoing support through local VA medical centers , Vet Centers, or Veterans Service Organizations in their community.
VA Urgent Care Facility Webpage & Locator
The VA has provided a locator to find VA medical and urgent care facilities eligible for veterans at folloiwing webpage: LINK
VA Plan for Resuming Regular Operations Released
The Brunswick County Veterans Coalition on May 9th, 2020 has forwarded to the Post the following release: "Today, the Department of Veterans Affairs announced a three-phase plan for resuming regular operations at its medical centers, benefit offices and national cemeteries in a post-COVID-19 setting." See attached for more information: LINK
Veteran Readjustment Counseling in Leland Coming
Starting in February, the Jacksonville Vet Center will begin offering Readjustment Counseling Services on Thursdays in the Meeting Room at the Leland Communicty Park in Leland, NC. Additional information and qualifications to attend is attached at this LINK.
This group is a great opportunity for Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan veterans to get together. No appointment needed just show up and join in.
Veteran Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Overview
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can occur following a life-threatening event like military combat, natural disasters, terrorist incidents, serious accidents, or violent personal assaults like rape. Most survivors of trauma return to normal given a little time. However, some people have stress reactions that don't go away on their own, or may even get worse over time. These individuals may develop PTSD.
People who suffer from PTSD often suffer from nightmares, flashbacks, difficulty sleeping, and feeling emotionally numb. These symptoms can significantly impair a person's daily life.
PTSD is marked by clear physical and psychological symptoms. It often has symptoms like depression, substance abuse, problems of memory and cognition, and other physical and mental health problems. The disorder is also associated with difficulties in social or family life, including occupational instability, marital problems, family discord, and difficulties in parenting. If you are suffering from PTSD, or know someone who is, the following list of resources and information will help you find help in dealing with PTSD and related conditions.
Fighting Veteran PTSD News
National Center for PTSD: LINK
Fighting Veteran Homelessness News
Guide for Homeless Vets-How to Stop Living Out of Your Car: LINK
National Coalition for Homeless Veterans: LINK
National Coalition of the Homeless: LINK
VA Homeless Veterans Assistance Webpage: LINK
VA Homeless Veterans-Housing Assistance: LINK
VA Homeless Veterans VA Resources: LINK
Various Military, Veteran & Related Information Links
Board of Veteran's Appeals: LINK
VA National HIV/AIDS Program: LINK
VA Public Health Smoking Cessation Program: LINK
VA Mental Health Programs: LINK
VA National Cemetery Administration (Burial and Memorials): LINK
VA Center for Women Veterans: LINK
NC Department of Military & Veterans Affairs: LINK
VA Veterans Crisis Hotline: LINK
Mesothelioma Lawsuit Guide: LINK
Jobs for Returning Servicemembers: LINK
ASVAB Preparation Tests: LINK
Veterans Law Project:
Legal Aid of North Carolina is a statewide, nonprofit law firm that provides free legal services in civil matters to low-income people in order to ensure equal access to justice and to remove legal.
Info Brochure PDF: LINK
List of Services: LINK
Military Education Guide:
GI Bill Guide: