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From the War Zone to the Home Front: Supporting the Mental Health of Veterans and Families

From the War Zone to the Home Front offers over 30 free on-line training courses presented by the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program, and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs National Center for PTSD. It is meant for community primary care and mental health providers including physicians, psychologists, nurses, and clinical social workers. From the War Zone to the Home Front comprehensive content including veteran suicide, diagnosing and treating co-morbid PTSD and TBI, substance abuse, sleep problems, the culture of returned veterans, the new DSM-5 on PTSD, complicated grief in veterans and military families, and other challenges facing returning veterans and families today. Sessions are one-hour in length and may be viewed live or “on-demand.” Continuing education credits CMEs/CEUs provided at no cost. Click here to go to the Home Base Program page now.

All sessions are completely free and offer CME/CE credits for physicians, nurses, social workers, psychologists, and licensed mental health counselors.