If you are watching the news and feeling strange, are having flashbacks or your PTSD is flaring, please, please seek help immediately.
This is a holiday season and when tragedy hits, it is normal for combat PTSD vets to have difficulty and though I am not a therapist, I am giving you some tools.
Please turn off the news and get in touch with the following 1-800-273-8255 press 1
Call 211 for your local mental health facility if you need to and not a vet.
if you are feeling out of control.
To talk to another combat vet 24/7 1-855-838-8255
Folks, even for any PTSD combat vets reading any of this on here
Please , if you are feeling strange or having flashbacks or some sort of anxiety, please call the My Healthy Vet
Number. If you are angry to a point of danger.. please call the Suicide Prevention Hotline ... Please do not be afraid to go to your local mental health facility or Hospital.
Do not isolate and get to your local Hospital.
For any PTSD sufferers if you feel out of control please call 211 for your local mental health facility.
There is nothing physically we can do about the continued tragedy of gun violence right now. If you are suffering from guilt and this incident in Ct. has triggered you, please know you are not alone and we need less tragedy, so get to a healthcare provider immediately.
The numbers are as follow.
Veteran Crisis Hotline
1-800-273-8255 press 1
1-800-827-1000 VA National