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Veterans

Resources for Returning Servicemembers and Their Families
1) Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Information
2) State Resources
3) Federal Resources
4) Other Resources
5) Organizations
6) Publications


1) Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Information


2) State Resources

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3) Federal Resources

  • Real Warriors Campaign
    The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) launched a public awareness campaign May 2009 that focuses on combating the stigma associated with seeking care and treatment for psychological health concerns. The Real Warriors Campaign Web site includes original, up-to-date articles that address a variety of the issues facing our military. Additionally, the campaign shares service-specific resources for warriors (http://www.realwarriors.net/resources) and highlights federal, state, military and non-profit organizations supporting service members and their families, like NASHIA. The site also features a message board. Service members can also stay connected to the campaign and to each other via the campaign’s social networking tools including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

  • The Compensation and Benefits Handbook
    This handbook was compiled in cooperation with the Departments of Veterans Affairs, Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education and the Social Security Administration. Additionally; there are references to assistance provided by other governmental and non-governmental agencies and organizations. The electronic version of the handbook can be found on the five Web sites listed below: http://turbotap.org
    https://www.nko.navy.mil
    http://www.npc.navy.mil
    https://www.aw2.army.mil
    https://www.my.af.mil/gcss-C&BHandbook
  • MyArmyBenefits
    is the official Army benefits website serving the Regular Army, Army National Guard, Army Reserve, Family Members, and Retirees.The My Benefits section produces personalized survivor and retirement benefit reports for active duty Soldiers and Family Members. It provides a complete financial forecast that includes your investments, insurance, and SGLI. It also provides a "what if" capability that shows how life events, such as getting married, having children, or retiring at a projected date and rank, affect your financial picture. The site also contains a complete set of fact sheets on state and federal benefits.
  • US Veterans Health Care Benefits
    This is a 32-page guide produced by MilitaryHandbooks.com, and includes general information on VA benefits and services.
  • SAMHSA’s Resources for Returning Veterans and Their Families
  • VA’s Facilities Locator and Directory
    VA's Federal Benefits for Veterans and Dependents (2007 Edition) - English [PDF 1020 KB] or Spanish [PDF 600 KB]
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4) Other Resources


5) National Organizations and Agencies

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6) Publications

  • VA Research: Improving Veterans Lives (Brochure Series) These brochures highlight VA research in the following areas: Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom (OIF/OEF), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Women's Health, Mental Health, Prosthetics, Rural Health, and Federal Research Collaboration.
  • Heads Up: Facts for Physicians About Mild Traumatic Brain Injury, CDC This toolkit was developed to provide physicians with more individualized assessment of mild TBI, and to help guide the management and recovery, whether the cause is related to blasts injuries; sports-related or vehicle crashes.

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