Veteran Family Resource
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Sleep Disorder Help
From Tuck: Tuck aims to improve sleep hygiene, health, and wellness through the creation and dissemination of comprehensive, unbiased, free resources.
Assisted Living Benefits for Veterans
There are two basic ways for eligible veterans to receive assistance: obtain an assisted living benefit from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) or apply for residency in a veteran’s home.
This guide from AssistedLiving.org contains information about the benefit programs available from the VA. Read on to learn whether you are eligible, how to apply, and what programs are available in your state.
How to Use Social Media Patterns to Identify Veterans At Risk for Suicide
Click here to view and download the PDF.
Excerpt from Bob Woodruff Foundation:
A 2018 Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) report indicated
suicides by those veterans who have not received treatment from the VA have increased at a higher rate than those veterans who have received VA treatment. VA users even had a slower increase in suicides than civilians, which suggests that VA services and treatment may prevent suicide among veterans.
Although military and veteran suicide is a matter of great concern, it is important to note that suicides have been rising among U.S. civilians as well. Suicide is therefore an important public health issue for everyone.