Veterans Stand Down 2021 registration for the two day “virtual” period (Sept. 22-23) and/or the “in-person” event on Sept 24 is open! This year the in-person event will take place at 5 different locations. Connecticut Veterans and currently serving military members. Find information here to register

Mental Health Resources for Veterans, their Families and Employers

Suicide Awareness and Prevention

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U.S. Veterans Affairs Mental Health Resources
Visit the U.S. Veterans Affairs website for more information on mental health resources.


U.S. Veterans Affairs' Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center 
Lovell FHCC is working to make sure that veterans, service members and their loved ones are aware of the Veterans Crisis Line. To reach as many people as possible, Lovell FHCC coordinates with community groups, Veterans Service Organizations, and local health care providers to get the word out that support is available whenever, if ever, they need it. Suicide is preventable.