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Public Media. Compelling Stories. Trusted Resources.

Coming back to civilian life brings new challenges, new opportunities and new stories of remarkable courage and accomplishment.

Public media tells those stories to help communities understand the veteran experience. And, through Veterans Coming Home, public media supports and engages veterans as they transition to civilian life.

Learn more about efforts in key communities.

Engaged Communities


See what's happening in key communities.

Coming Back with Wes Moore: Letrice's Support

Letrice Titus joined the Army when her husband was deployed to Iraq. She had two small children and had finished her master's degree in mental health counseling. When she didn't pass the 12-week Officer Candidate School, Letrice, determined to lead in a meaningful way, became an Army behavioral health specialist. She evaluated soldiers deploying and those coming back. See more at PBS.org.

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PTSD: National Center for PTSD

Resources for Veterans, family and the general public to help understand the signs and symptoms of PTSD. Visit the National Center for PTSD.

Vet Centers

Vet Centers offer counseling in a caring manner for Veterans and their families. Use this search to find a Vet Center near you.

Center for Women Veterans

A new site that provides outreach to female service members and female veterans who have questions about health care, benefits information, and more. Visit the Center for Women Veterans.

Veterans Crisis Line, 18002738255 press 1

24 hours a day,
7 days a week,
365 days a year.

Get help NOW Call or Text 838255

NPR Series-America's Women Warriors

Staff Sgt. Jessica Keown, with the 3rd Brigade, 1st Armored Division at Fort Bliss in El Paso Texas, served with a female engagement team, or FET, in Afghanistan. Photo Credit David Gilkey, NPR.

A six-part NPR series on women in the military; from MST to combat to transitioning home. This series specifically focuses on the unique challenges women face in the military. Listen to What Does It Mean To Be A Woman In The U.S. Military?

Hear more stories from the NPR Series - America's Women Warriors.

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Find Your County Veterans Service Officer

Start by connecting with your County Veterans Service Officer (CVSO). Check it out!

Make the Connection-Family & Relationships

See veterans and their families sharing stories about how they helped and supported each other and find resources related to symptoms and conditions veterans may be experiencing.
Visit Make the Connection.

Sesame Street Resources for Military & Veteran Families

Sesame Street's Talk, Listen, Connect, offers strategies and resources to help children through difficult periods of transition and separation that can come with military service. Check it out!

Veterans Crisis Line, 18002738255 press 1

24 hours a day,
7 days a week,
365 days a year.

Get help NOW Call or Text 838255

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