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Where can a veteran get help with adjustment disorder?

Veterans Health Administration (VHA) provides mental health care for veterans through Vet Centers, primary care clinics, and community-based outpatient clinics. You can also contact the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DcoE). They have a 24/7 help line, at 866-966-1020. Members of the Reserve or the National Guard can ask about treatment resources through the unit, or call Military OneSource (800-342-9647) about eligibility for assistance through TRICARE Reserve. Any trained mental health professional should be able to answer your questions about adjustment disorder and recommend appropriate treatment.

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