Mental Health and Community Resources for Active Duty and Veterans
Dealing with the Afghanistan crisis and 20 years after 9/11.
We want our veterans and active-duty personnel to remember that they are not alone and that it is normal to experience feelings of moral distress and to question the meaning of their service.
Below are valuable resources whether you need someone to talk to or you need assistance with housing, food, or other financial concerns. Please remember you are not alone, and our community is here to support you.
Resources for Active Duty and Veterans
- The Real Warriors Campaign - Mental Health Care
- The Psychological Health Resource Center - Mental Health Care
- inTransition Program - Active Duty International
- The Military Crisis Line - Mental Health Care
- TRICARE - Mental Health Care
- Military OneSource - Mental Health Care
- How Veterans can seconcile service blog - Mental Health Care
- National Center for PTSD - Mental Health Care
- BeConnectedAZ - Local Resources
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline - 1-800-273-8255 - Mental Health Care
- 211 Arizona - Call 2-1-1 - Local Resources
- MCCCD Basic Needs - Local Resources
- Full Cart - Food Assistance
- Military Family Relief Fund - Local Resources
- VA Mental Health - National and Local
- Additional Veteran Resources - National and Local
- Make the Connection - National and Local