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Nexus Letter for Sleep Apnea Secondary to PTSD

Was your sleep apnea VA disability claim denied?  Or maybe you’ve received multiple denied VA disability claims.  Do you need a medical professional to draft a sleep apnea nexus letter to help you establish a service connection to claim sleep apnea secondary to your PTSD? Don’t worry. You’ve come to the right place. In this […]

What is a VA Psych Evaluation?

If you or someone you love has a mental health condition, you understand its toll on daily life. A VA psych evaluation is essential to determine whether your mental health condition relates to your service time.  A VA psych eval can be important in determining your final disability rating, including your due compensation. Diagnosing mental […]
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Secondary Conditions to PTSD 

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a significant condition on its own, but when you add a secondary condition, life can become even more crippling.  There are several secondary conditions to PTSD, and knowing whether you qualify can significantly impact your monthly VA benefits.  It’s common for veterans to file secondary VA claims if their PTSD […]

Mental Health Evaluation 7 Key Facts for Veterans

As you prepare to submit a claim for VA disability, you may be asked to attend a mental health evaluation. But what is a mental health evaluation, and do you need one before you submit your VA claim? This post will look at 7 key facts to guide you through the process of your mental health evaluation,

What Is a Mental Health Evaluation?

Before veterans can receive help from the VA, they have to go through a mental health evaluation. This evaluation is the first step towards a diagnosis and treatment from the VA. Here’s what you need to know about what a mental health evaluation is and how to best prepare for it.

What Is EMDR Therapy and How Does it Work?

Are you a veteran living with mental health challenges? We have good news for you—your options when it comes to therapy and treatment are not limited! Many treatments are available to manage symptoms and guide you towards recovery. One of the most exciting solutions is Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy

Why & How to Get Evaluated for Depression

Have you noticed depressive tendencies in yourself? Depression is more than just having a bad mood—it’s a mood disorder for which many people (and veterans in particular) need help with through diagnosis and treatment.

How to Help a Veteran in Crisis 5 Signs and 4 Ways to Help

It’s important to support our nation’s heroes and help Veterans in their time of need. We hope this resource will educate you on how to help a Veteran in crisis, particularly when it comes to their mental health.

World Mental Health Day & Therapy For Veterans

Veterans, you are not alone if you’re dealing with anxiety, PTSD, or any other mental health issue. Nearly 50 million Americans struggle with mental health, making it a common issue. However, the unique struggles Veterans face daily can make it challenging to bring up in conversation with doctors or loved ones.
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