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Where to get help for post traumatic stress (PTSD)

If you're struggling with PTSD, you can find help through several ways.

In addition to your local Dept. of Veterans Affairs (VA) hospital or military hospital, here are some other resources to help you with PTSD.

The National Center for PTSD: Where to Get Help

1. Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255 (press 1)
or text 838255

2. Confidential Veterans Online Chat with a counselor

3. Extra resource portal for PTSD support contacts

Give an Hour is a non-profit organization that encourages therapists to volunteer health services to the military, veterans and their families.

Search for a "Give an Hour" provider in your local area on https://giveanhour.org.

To search for nearby therapists in private practice who treat PTSD, enter your city or zipcode in the therapist finder on PsychologyToday.com.

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