Resources For Veterans and Their Families

According to the National Alliance to End Homelessness there are over 49,000 homeless Veterans in the United States. Due to their Military Service they have a higher risk of experiencing traumatic brain injuries and PTSD. Consequently, Veterans make up 8.6% of the entire homeless population in the United States. And, of all the Veterans in the United States, 20+ of them commit suicide every day accounting for 18% of all adult suicide deaths in the United States per year.

If you recognize that someone in your life is suffering - Connect, Reach Out, Inspire Hope and Offer Help! Together we can make a difference! 

Below are some resources curated from around the web. If you would like to suggest a resource for this page, please email us at seventhfoldstudio@gmail.com

 
Veterans Crisis Line:
1-800-273-TALK (8255)
www.veteranscrisisline.net

 
Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA): 
1-800-622-HELP (4357)
www.samhsa.gov

Veterans and Substance Abuse

https://www.drugrehab.org/veterans-and-substance-abuse/

Drugrehab.org is an informational resource for people suffering from addiction and their loved ones. By providing relevant information, helpful resources, and a network of support, Drugrehab.org aims to help people and their families improve their quality of life and enter a credible and reputable addiction treatment program.

Veterans Fighting Addiction 

https://www.sunshinebehavioralhealth.com/veterans/

Veterans' Sleep Health Resources

https://www.tuck.com/veteran-sleep/

Tuck.Com is a free online resource portal dedicated to empowering our readers to take control of their sleep health and hygiene by providing them with unbiased, comprehensive reviews and information guides. 

Small Business Loans for Veterans

https://www.bluevine.com/small-business-loans-for-veterans/

PTSD Coach Online Apps
www.ptsd.va.gov/PTSD/apps/ptsdcoachonline


We pledged to know the Five Signs of Emotional Suffering. You can too.
Personality Change: Sudden or gradual changes in the way someone typically behaves.
 
Agitation: When someone seems uncharacteristically angry, anxious, agitated, or moody.
 
Withdrawal: Withdrawn or isolated from other people; pulling away from family and friends.
 
Poor Self-Care: Has stopped taking care of themselves and may engage in risky behavior.
 
Hopelessness: Seems overcome with hopelessness and overwhelmed by their circumstances.

 
**Due to the high volume of requests we receive to update this page, we are not accepting any new resources until 2020. Thank you so much for everyone's support and resources!