VETERANS SUICIDE PREVENTION HOTLINE:

1-800-273-TALK (8255)
www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org
Press 1 for a 24-hour veteran-dedicated helpline.

OTHER ON-LINE MENTAL HEALTH RESOURCES FOR MILITARY FAMILIES

RAND STUDY ON MENTAL HEALTH NEEDS OF NEW YORK's OIF-OEF VETERANS REPORT RELEASED JAN 26 2011

The report, "A Needs Assessment of New York State Veterans: Final Report to the New York State Health Foundation," can be found at www.rand.org. The study is part of the New York State Health Foundation's Initiative for Returning Veterans and Their Families, which aims to advance solutions to address the needs of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans and their families.

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