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Where can a veteran get help with psychosis?

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 psychosis and recommend appropriate treatment. Early treatment is crucial to the successful management of the disorder.

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