Veteran Support Services
If you are a service member, veteran or family member, and need assistance with post-traumatic stress, family stress, reintegration issues, substance abuse issues, depression, and suicidal or harming thoughts. HELP IS AVAILABLE.
The Iroquois Center works to connect Veterans and their families to federal, state and local resources to ease issues regarding mental health, substance abuse, housing and other common issues that impact veterans in order to support healthier lifestyles as well as providing support.
Our services include:
- Emergency services
- Substance use services
- Veteran advocate / care coordination
- Veteran disability assistance
- Veteran healthcare assistance
- Veteran peer support services
- Adult community services
- Community based children’s services
- Screenings / assessments
- Clinical services
We’ve been where you are, and we’re with you now. Our mission is to provide sustained, confidential peer support to any veteran, service member, family member, or caregiver whenever they have an issue, wherever they are in the world. We help before challenges turn into crises.
KDADS Veteran’s Services
Kansas is a military friendly state. Kansans appreciate service members, veterans and families and the sacrifices they have made in service for our country and our state. If you are a service member, veteran or family member, you may need help with post-traumatic stress, family stress, reintegration issues, substance abuse issues, depression, and suicidal or harming thoughts. HELP IS AVAILABLE.
Wounded Warrior Project
Not only do 1 in 3 veterans live with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but 1 in 3 veterans also feel they don’t get the mental health services they need. We’re here to change that.
NAMI offers information, support and education specifically for veterans, service members and their families. To learn more, visit:
VA Mental Health
VA has a variety of mental health resources, information, treatment options, and more — all accessible to Veterans, Veterans’ supporters, and the general public. Explore the pages below to learn more about a specific mental health topic or to find information specifically tailored to your needs.