Project9Line is offering Wellness through Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, a free month of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu classes to all first responders, military, and veterans at LI MMA Fitness Center in Farmingdale, NY. Classes will be held on Sundays at 12pm beginning Sunday, March 13th.
For more information, email [email protected] or call 1-631-592-8339.Read more
Travis Manion Foundation (TMF) remains committed to the mental health and well-being of its members. Are you or someone you know experiencing an unmet mental health need? TMF partners at the George W. Bush Institute have created a critical tool called Check-In to connect veterans experiencing challenges with their mental or brain health to high-quality, clinical care.
To speak to a specially trained advocate, please complete the online survey linked below. Within 72 hours of submitting the survey, a Check-In veteran advocate will contact you and connect you with the appropriate resources.
Click here to take the survey.
RiseBoro's NY Project Hope initiative is a FREE,ANONYMOUS and CONFIDENTIAL emotional support program aimed at supporting NY community members in dealing with the impact of COVID and other traumatic events that have occurred throughout the past year and a half. Their crisis counselors can provide emotional support and connection to community resources in person or over the phone via their helpline and other virtual formats. They can also facilitate group work and public presentations that can be tailored to specific community needs. As COVID presents an everchanging environment, they aim to meet community members where they are at. Their services are available in English and Spanish and for additional language needs, they can connect community members with other providers.Read more
The inTransition program is a free, confidential program that offers specialized coaching and assistance for active-duty service members, National Guard members, reservists, veterans and retirees who need access to mental health care when:
Relocating to another assignment
Returning from deployment
Transitioning from active duty to reserve component or reserve component to active duty
Preparing to leave military service
Any other time they need a new mental health provider or need a provider for the first time.
inTransition services are available to ALL military members regardless of length of service or discharge status and there is NO expiration date to enroll.Read more
The Boston VA is seeking participants for a telehealth research study on veterans experiencing regret, remorse or guilt. Participants must be 18 or older.
Your participation will take approximately 4 months and all appointments will be online.
Participation will include:
an initial interview (takes about 2-3 hours)
if you are eligible, 6 weekly therapy sessions with your therapist (1.5 hours)
two follow up interviews (2 hours each visit)
In total, you will be asked to attend 10 appointments over a 4-month period.
You will receive $120 for your participation.
The Veterans Warm Line is open and available to all veterans. The holidays can be a difficult time for many. Call 1-914-519-8097 to speak to a fellow veteran. The Veterans 24-Hour Warm Line is managed by the Putnam County Dwyer/Vet2Vet office.
If you have an emergency or are in crisis, call the National Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255