Mental Health Services for Veterans
Not only do 1 in 3 veterans live with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but 1 in 3 veterans also feel they don’t get the mental health services they need. We’re here to change that.
Through interactive programs, rehabilitative retreats, and professional services, veterans suffering from the invisible wounds of service can build resilience to help overcome mental health conditions, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), military sexual trauma (MST), traumatic brain injury (TBI) and more. With the incredible support of our donors, we’ve provided over 40,000 hours of intensive outpatient care and therapy sessions in just the past year- helping veterans and their families live happier and more fulfilling lives.
Don’t be afraid to ask for help. Check out the free mental health services and programs we offer below. As always, all programs and services provided through WWP are at no-cost to veterans and their families.
Mental Health Programs for Veterans
Warrior Care Network
WWP partners with four world-renowned academic medical centers to offer a 2 week veteran specialized mental health treatment program led by healthcare professionals to help veterans with PTSD, TBI, MST, and other mental health issues.
A 12-week, free mental health program that uses adventure-based learning to help warriors manage and overcome their invisible wounds, enhance their resiliency skills, and live productive and fulfilling lives. Based on their unique needs, veterans can participate in an all-male, all-female, couples, or virtual Project Odyssey.
We offer a free, one-on-one, telephonic mental health support line that connects veterans and family members to a dedicated team member who helps them work through various issues. The scheduled weekly calls provide a judgment-free place to get reliable emotional support.
Veteran PTSD Treatment and Support Resources
Explore the links below to learn more about specific mental health topics and to find information tailored to you and your families needs.
Interested in learning more about Mental Health Services?
During PTSD Awareness Month, Wounded Warrior Project Reminds Veterans Mental Health Support is Available
Barriers to care delay treatment for veterans dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). For wounded veterans, stigma can be one of the biggest barriers they face. Mental health programs for veterans are available through WWP.
According to WWP’s annual warrior survey, 4% of warriors served by WWP list a child as primary caregiver. There are veterans’ mental health services provided by WWP.