The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Cohen Veterans Network, Inc. (CVN) have announced a new partnership to increase Veterans’ access to mental health resources in order to reduce Veteran suicides. VA and CVN will (1) work together on potential mental health education initiatives; (2) discuss potential locations for Cohen Clinics in regions believed to have underserved Veterans; and (3) collaborate to share VA-developed educational resources for health care providers. For more information, visit the VA Mental Health webpage and the Cohen Veterans Network website. If you are a veteran in crisis, or know a veteran who is, call the Veterans Crisis Line toll-free at 800-273-8255 and press 1, chat online, or text to 838255.
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