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Meeting the Needs of Returning Veterans

Veterans "The message is clear to all:
Building and maintaining resilience through assertive, early interventions in times of stress are crucial to the health of service members and their families..."
- - DOD Task Force on Mental Health

This online resource for clinicians serves as a clearinghouse of information in order to help prepare the addictions treatment and recovery workforce to meet the needs of this country's Returning Veterans.

Information presented in this section of the ATTC Network's "Featured Topics Library" includes a comprehensive, indepth section especially For Clinicians, to ensure that they are ready to help a veteran who comes to them for treatment. There is also information For Policy-Makers, as well as For Veterans and their Families.

Special Opportunity

Homeless Veterans Providers Technical Assistance Center
The purpose of the Homeless Veteran Provider Technical Assistance Center (TAC) is to provide technical assistance services to assist non-profit organizations (NPFs) and faith-based agencies (FBAs) in their efforts to support homeless veterans in their transition to independent living. Technical assistance (TA) consists of the provision of expert support in grant writing, program development, evaluation planning, and information about federal requirements so that organizations may develop the capacity to prepare their own grants and secure external funding from federal and state agencies and from private foundations. Read more about grant writing services. TAC is designed to serve non-profit organizations in their regional areas or VISNs (Veterans Integrated Service Networks) by providing services regionally, by Internet, or by phone at 1-877-VET-TAC1. View Upcoming Workshops.


*A special thanks to Pam Woll, (Great Lakes ATTC), Jan Wrolstad and Doris Rogers, (Mid-America ATTC), for compiling the information in this section.




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