UT Main Campus Rocket Hall Room 1350 419.530.VETS 419.530.1392
Provides educational and degree completion opportunities and a wide range of customized support services including but not limited to: educational benefit processing, mentoring, advocacy and networking while partnering with veteran service organizations who assist with the transition from military service to the classroom and beyond.
The VITAL program brings together the full spectrum of VA services into a single access point on campus.
7 schools, including UT and BG
Students interested in learning more about VITAL can contact Powers at (734) 548-3452 or firstname.lastname@example.org. She is available by appointment at UT and has regular Tuesday office hours at BGSU’s office of Nontraditional and Transfer Student Services.
Links to Federal and Veterans Administration benefits and resources, a personal health journal and online VA prescription refills for qualified registrants.
In the future, registrants will be able to view appointments, co-pay balances, and key portions of their VA medical records online.
Access to online medical libraries is provided through the National Library of Medicine’s MedlinePlus® and WebMD’s Healthwise®.
Integrated and coordinated continuum of services for eligible Veterans and Service Members with polytrauma and traumatic brain injury (TBI).
Polytrauma occurs when a person experiences injuries to multiple body parts and organ systems often, but not always, as a result of blast-related events. TBI frequently occurs in polytrauma in combination with other disabling conditions, such as amputation, burns, spinal cord injury, auditory and visual damage , spinal cord injury (SCI), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and other medical conditions.
• The vet enrolled in VA health care on or before August 1, 2014, or is eligible to enroll as a recently discharged combat veteran
• The vet has been (or will be) waiting more than 30 days for VA medical care
• The vet lives more than 40 miles away from a VA medical care facility or faces one of several excessive travel burdens.
A bibliographic database covering the published international literature on traumatic stress, produced at the headquarters of the National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and sponsored by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Cclinical care and social welfare of U.S. Veterans through research, education and training on PTSD and stress-related disorders. An educational resource on PTSD and traumatic stress, for veterans and also for mental health care providers, researchers and the general public.
Military Pathways (MilitaryMentalHealth.org) is no longer available. However, most of its features, including screenings and educational materials, have been consolidated with AfterDeployment (afterdeployment.dcoe.mil). AfterDeployment, launched in 2008, offers self-assessments, interactive exercises, and video-based educational tools to help with a wide range of behavioral health topics.
Vet Centers assisting veterans and their family members toward a successful post-war adjustment in or near their community. The program operates a system of 207 community based counseling centers. Staffed by small multi-disciplinary teams of dedicated providers, many of which are combat veterans themselves. Readjustment counseling and outreach services to all veterans who served in any combat zone. Services are also available for their family members for military related issues
While most of the resources on this site are specific to North Carolina, there are many useful information resources or may help the user locate a similar program in his or her state. This extensive list is produced by NC Health Info. This database of local links was the first resource of its kind to link local health services with corresponding information from MedlinePlus, the consumer health site maintained by the National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health. NLM has discontinued this link to MedlinePlus, but the information is still very useful.
the largest health care library network in the United States, providing library services and resources to Veteran inpatients and outpatients, their families, and caregivers; Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) staff and employees; and students and trainees in affiliated teaching programs. VALNET librarians provide knowledge-based information for clinical and management decision-making, research, and education to enhance the quality of care for Veterans enrolled in the VA Health Care System.