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PTSD: National Center for PTSD

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The National Center for PTSD website is organized into three sections to help people using the site find the information most likely to help them. The sections are: Public (Veterans, general public, family and friends), Professional (researchers, clinicians, other helpers) and About Us (Mission, press room, contact information).

Our website was first launched in 1995 and over the years it has grown immensely. The initial goal of having a website was to help disseminate information to clinicians and researchers.

The site now serves a much larger purpose, providing instant access to a range of educational information on trauma and PTSD in a variety of formats for a variety of audiences. We hope you find the site useful and look forward to any feedback you can provide that will help us to serve you better.

The following links show the high level organization with links to topics covered under each section.

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