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Mental Health for Veterans

Vetted2Live™ is a veteran mental health program designed to provide education, support, and resources to overcome critical mental health issues.

Returning veterans often find it challenging to transition into civilian life and face various mental disorders such as depression and trauma. And if not addressed effectively and on time, these could lead to self-destructive behavior and distress to their families.

The Vetted2Live™ program is specifically designed to provide our war heroes with the right mental health support, knowledge, and skills so they can lead a healthy and fulfilling life and continue to make a positive contribution to society.

Who is this program for?

Vetted2Live™ is designed with a special focus on veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

But it’s equally important for families of our war heroes to understand how to effectively support veterans suffering from mental illnesses.

Therefore, Vetted2Live™ helps both war veterans and their immediate family members so they can work together in a supportive community environment.

How can you benefit from this veteran mental health program?

This program will create a nurturing community environment combined with education and support to help you address critical veteran mental health issues.

With the Vetted2Live™ program, we will help you to:

  • Successfully reintegrate into society and the home environment after active duty in hostile and/or dangerous military environments.

  • Deal with change and the stress related to returning home.

  • Access resources for veteran mental health support.

  • Get an in-depth understanding of common mental health issues facing veterans such as TBI, PTSD, and other brain disorders.

As a family member, you will also be able to create a supportive environment at home and play an important role in preventing dire mental health issues, including suicide.

What does it cover?

Our veteran mental health program is designed to help create awareness and provide practical knowledge and skills needed for war heroes and their immediate family members, including the spouse, children, and parents. The topics are specifically selected to help identify important mental health issues faced by veterans and to equip participants to tackle them in a positive manner.

Topics include:

  • How to manage lifelong mental health

  • Managing anger

  • Dealing with grief

  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

  • Dealing with stress, anxiety, and depression

  • Managing relationships (especially with immediate family)

  • The role of nutrition and the brain

Families of the veterans will also learn how to become effective caregivers and create a supportive environment to help ease the transition into civilian life.

Program design

Vetted2Live™ is designed to create a supportive and nurturing community environment that could empower veterans and their families to overcome mental health issues and the emotional, physical, and social consequences with optimum results.

The sessions are fully customized to address the specific individual needs of the participants. They are also highly engaging and use videos, exercises, and closure activities, among other things.

In addition, the program includes:

  • Resource assistance for veteran mental health support.

  • Pro bono quarterly “Ask the Professional” online sessions to seek advice and clarifications from a psychologist where required.

  • Discussions and activities with family members.

  • Communication and change management strategies.

  • Mental health knowledge and management.

It’s time to take action!

Effectively resolving mental health issues facing veterans can help them transition into a healthy and fulfilling civilian life faster.

Find out how our Vetted2Live™ program helps our war heroes and their families.

Call us today! 1-800-209-8114