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PTSD: National Center for PTSD

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About the National Center for PTSD

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About the National Center for PTSD

  • Careers
    A listing of current positions available for all divisions of the National Center for PTSD, including fellowships and internships.
  • Contacts for the Media
    Find media contacts for each of the National Center for PTSD's seven Divisions.

Divisions and Staff

The National Center for PTSD currently consists of seven VA academic centers of excellence across the U.S., with headquarters in White River Junction, VT. Other divisions are located in Boston, MA; West Haven, CT; Palo Alto, CA; and Honolulu, HI.

  • Divisions
    A list of the seven Divisions of the National Center for PTSD and the staff at each.
  • Leadership
    National Center for PTSD Leadership Biographies

Our Work

This section provides a description of how the National Center for PTSD was established and its structure. Information is given about the Center's major accomplishments including improving patient care, as well as our goals and objectives and plans for the future.

  • Advisory Boards
    Since the Center's inception its priorities and projects have been reviewed by a Scientific Advisory Board and an Educational Advisory Board who meet with Center leaders annually and as needed.
  • Annual Reports
    Each year, the National Center for PTSD advances the science of posttraumatic stress disorder and the care of Veterans and others impacted by trauma through research and education.
  • Education Initiatives
    The ultimate objective of the National Center for PTSD's educational efforts is to enhance the quality and cost-effectiveness of PTSD care for both Veterans and civilians.
  • History of the National Center for PTSD
    The National Center for PTSD is an integral and valued component of VA's Mental Health Services (MHS), which itself is within the Veterans Health Administration.
  • Mission and Overview
    This section of the website provides general information about the National Center for PTSD. A description of how the Center was established and its structure are provided.
  • Operational Priorities
    The field of trauma and PTSD has continued to expand in both the clinical and public health sectors.
  • Research Initiatives
    The National Center is one of the foremost trauma and PTSD research programs in the world. Learn about current research at each of our Divisions.

Get help for PTSD

If you need help right away:

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PTSD Information Voice Mail:
(802) 296-6300
ncptsd@va.gov
Also see: VA Mental Health