Give an Hour’s (GAH) collaborates with VA employees to share training resources and provide care to those ineligible for traditional VA mental health services. Our partnership ensures that Veterans and family members have access to community based providers who practice current evidence-based treatment approaches. We work with VA colleagues and programs like Make the Connection, to foster mental health literacy and reduce negative perceptions associated with seeking mental health care. GAH is a resource for mental health care for those who are ineligible for VA services.
Give an Hour Partners with the Department of Veterans Affairs to Better Serve Those Who Serve
Suicide Prevention Consultation Program for Providers
The VA Suicide Risk Management Consultation Program provides consultation to all providers who serve Veterans, enhances knowledge and confidence, and provides emotional support with the aim of optimizing care for all suicidal Veterans. Providing care for Veterans at risk of suicide may feel like a daunting responsibility. Why worry alone? To learn more about available resources, visit www.mirecc.va.gov/visn19/consult.
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VA Rocky Mountain MIRECC TBI Toolkit
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a significant public health concern. The VA Rocky Mountain MIRECC TBI toolkit provides necessary information to address the needs of individuals with a history of TBI and co-occurring mental health conditions. The toolkit specifically emphasizes TBI in justice-involved and Military/Veteran populations. This toolkit is designed to assist professionals in identifying TBI and associated co-occurring problems and to facilitate determining potential need for further evaluation and/or treatment/case planning modification. In addition, relevant information and resources for families/support systems are available.
VA Campaign - Make the Connection
MakeTheConnection.net is an online resource designed to connect Veterans, their family members and friends, and other supporters with information, resources, and solutions to issues affecting their lives. We encourage you to visit MakeTheConnection.net/MHM to learn more about how you can support the Veterans in your life — and to hear Veterans share their stories about the moments that have been pivotal for them.
Emotional pain is part of our experience as human beings. Give an Hour provides care and support for those who otherwise might not receive it by harnessing the skill, expertise and generosity of volunteer mental health professionals across the country.