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Health Issues and Benefits for Veterans
Find information about medical issues and health benefits for veterans.
Veterans who are disabled due to service-related injury or illness may be entitled to disability compensation, a tax-free, monthly benefit. Survivors of veterans may receive compensation benefits in certain situations too.
The Department of Veterans Affairs Mental Health program can help veterans and family members dealing with suicidal thoughts, depression, substance abuse, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), sexual trauma, and other issues.
Make the Connection, which links vets, friends and family to information, resources, and solutions for various life issues
Vets4Warriors - Round-the-clock peer-based support by veterans for veterans, active military, retirees, and family members. Call 1-855-838-8255 or visit their website to contact them by chat or e-mail.