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Families and Friends Resources


Free service for families and friends of Veterans that provides appropriate resources and referrals. Licensed psychologists and social workers offer guidance and help for starting a conversation with the Veteran in your life about their mental health or substance use and motivating them to seek treatment if it’s needed. The website offers specific guidance for spouses and significant others, parents and family members, Veterans, and other Veteran supporters.

    • Dial 888-823-7458
    • Available Monday-Friday from 8am to 8pm Eastern Time


  • Family Member or Friend 
    • Education and information on mental health conditions
    • Coping resources to help families and friends
    • Programs and services for Veterans’ families
    • Suicide Prevention and Crisis Resources



Information on coping with stress and burnout, and additional resources for caregivers.

VA's National Caregiver Support Line is a toll-free number for caregivers, family members, friends, Veterans, and community partners to contact for information related to caregiving and available supports and services. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO ENROLLED IN THE VA PROGRAM TO UTILIZE SUPPORT LINE.  Whether you're in need of immediate assistance or have questions about what services you may be eligible for, the Caregiver Support Line team can help you. The Caregiver Support Line also offers a free monthly one-hour telephone education call for Caregivers – these presentations are open to the public, click the link above to learn more  or register for calls.

    • Dial 1-855-260-3274
    • Available Monday - Friday 8am-10pm, Saturday 8am - 5pm

Website offers free resources on: Advance care planning, bereavement, caregiving with children and adolescents, managing finances, communicating and managing emotions, community resources, palliative care, peery support, respite, and self-care activities.


Whole Health centers around what matters to you, not what is the matter with you. This means your health team will get to know you as a person, before working with you to develop a personalized health plan based on your values, needs, and goals. VA staff and Veteran peers will support and guide you through the Personal Health Inventory self-assessment and help you create your personal health plan. What matters to you will shape your plan and drive your choice of Well-being Programs and clinical treatments.

ServingTogether – Affiliated with AmericaServes is a coordinated network of public, private and nonprofit organizations serving veterans, service members and their families in the Greater National Capital Region. ServingTogether uses technology and its partner network to guide veterans, service members and their families to the most appropriate services and resources available.


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