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VETERAN'S MENTAL HEALTH LINKS
WARNING SIGNS & SYMPTOMS
_Dr. Thomas Bornemann, Director of the Carter Center Mental Health program and a former U.S. Army Medic discusses the warning signs and symptoms that a veteran should seek out mental health help.
POST TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD)
Pamela Hyde, Administrator of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) discusses the multiple effects of PTSD on the individual and family and the need to address it as early as possible.
TREATMENT FOR VETERANS
_Joseph Schulman, Executive Director of the Zucker Hillside Hospital, and Andrew Roberts, Director of Veterans Services at the North Shore LIJ Health System discuss some of the cutting edge behavioral health treatment options for veterans suffering from PTSD, TBI and other disorders.
Grace Under Fire provides many kinds of support services for women veterans by women veterans. Learn about the unique challenges that female vets face upon returning home from service.
SAMHSA AND MILITARY FAMILIES
_Kathryn Power, Director of the U.S. Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS/SAMHSA), Lead on the SAMSHA initiative addressing Military Families, and a retired Captain in the U.S. Navy Reserve discusses SAMHSA's concerns and efforts with regard to the veteran population.
IRAQ & AFGHANISTAN VS. OTHER WARS
Dr. Thomas Bornemann, Director of the Carter Center Mental Health program and a former U.S. Army Medic delves into the differences between Iraq and Afghanistan and veterans of other wars and how this could cause unique mental health challenges.
VETERANS PEER SUPPORT
Often, the best support that a veteran can receive is that of another veteran that has been there. Hear the stories of individuals that provide peer support in different settings to veterans with mental health and other concerns.