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If you are a Veteran in crisis or you are concerned about one, please call the Veterans Crisis Line at (800) 273-8255 or send a text message to 838255.  You can also chat with someone online at

The nationwide resources below are carefully curated by our Program Team.  We apologize that we are unable to respond to all unsolicited requests to be listed here.




Chronic Pain

Military Sexual Trauma

  • Women Veterans Call Center – 1-855-VA-WOMEN (829-6636) –
  • Learn about MST and VA Services and Benefits –
  • The Road Home Program (RHP) at The Center for Veterans and Their Families at Rush University Medical Center.  Services include an intensive outpatient PTSD program where food, lodging and travel expenses are covered for veterans and support people. In some circumstances, their program may also be able to help cover other expenses incurred during the three-week stay as well. –

Substance Abuse


Holistic Health, Nutrition, and Mindfullness

Equine Resources

Financial Assistance


Therapeutic and Recreational Opportunities

For Caregivers and Families

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

1-800-MyVA411 is a national, toll-free number that serves as a “front door” to VA. You can still reach VA at any other direct or contact center numbers, but 1-800-MyVA411 offers the simplicity of a single number to call when you don’t know who to call. The Veterans Crisis Line is always available 24/7 at 1-800-273-8255 and pressing 1, by Chat, or by Texting 838255. You can also call the White House VA Hotline at 1-855-948-2311 to share your compliments or concerns.

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