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Veterans in Ohio have a broad set of behavioral health and other benefits, care, and support services available to them across our state. The primary resource for behavioral health and other services and benefits is the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), which can be accessed through 45 VA care locations throughout Ohio. There is also a growing number of local behavioral health providers who have received military and veteran cultural competency training and are working to support veterans in their community. In support of veterans’ broader needs, Ohio has 88 locally staffed County Veterans Services Offices (one in each county) that help veterans and their families gain access to federal, state, and local veteran benefits and services. Non-profit community and veteran organizations also play an important role in providing key services and support to Ohio’s veterans.

Veteran Resources

Grieving Military Dad Shares the Warning Signs of Suicide

Jhan Corzine, an Ohio military dad whose son died by suicide, shares warning signs and promotes the Veterans Crisis Line.

Military Stigma: Battling Mental Illness in the Military

A Navy Captain sheds light on how he almost committed suicide because of the stigma of mental illness in the military.

Reconnecting with Family

Learn how a military family impacted by effects of PTSD was able to reconnect via mental health treatment and recovery.

The Power of Support from Women Veterans

A VA women's group helped Air Force veteran Kim learn to face her life's challenges and find genuine happiness.

Welcome to the Ohio Veterans Homes

The Ohio Veterans Homes offer a quality of life emphasizing privacy, independence, comfort, security, and socialization.