VA Lunch N Learn May 22, 2019 - Mental Health Awareness - Veterans Experience Office (VEO)
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VA Lunch N Learn May 22, 2019 - Mental Health Awareness

May 7, 2019

The VA’s Veterans Experience Office (VEO) recognizes the importance of mental health awareness, improving post-traumatic stress, suicide prevention, and traumatic brain injury. VA and our community partners support Veterans, families, caregivers, and survivors struggling with mental health challenges.

In honor of those who have served and sacrificed, VEO has set up a virtual Lunch N Learn with some of our community partners to share information on resources, services and treatments available in the community that aim to improve quality of life and emotional well-being.

Join us!

  • Short, convenient, virtual
  • Useful community resources for mental health
  • Referrals and contact information
Meeting Details

May 22, 2019 – 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. ET


Audio: 800-767-1750 access code 85342

Thank you for listening and learning!

Presentations by…

Partner logos - Boulder Crest Retreat | Marcus Institute for Brain Health | Shepherd Center

Shepherd Center  |  Marcus Institute for Brain Health  |  Boulder Crest

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