Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental health problem that can occur after someone goes through a traumatic event like war, assault, or disaster.
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If you have gone through trauma or know someone who has, this section is for you.
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As we honor our Veterans on Memorial Day, find out more about the VA's efforts: Help for Veterans with PTSD.
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PTSD Site Map | Public Section | Professional Section | About Us: National Center for PTSD | Mobile Site
The National Center for PTSD does not provide direct clinical care, individual referrals or benefits information.
For help please see:Where to Get Help for PTSD orGet Help with VA PTSD Care, Benefits, or Claims
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Also see: VA Mental Health
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Reviewed/Updated Date: May 24, 2013