Invisible Wounds of War at Home: What Are Invisible Wounds
They can’t be seen, but you know they’re there. Living with invisible wounds can be a daily challenge. This free course from PsychArmor Institute, sponsored by USAA, will help you understand the four distinct kinds of invisible wounds (Traumatic Brain Injury, Post-Traumatic Stress, Depression, and Substance Use) in less than 10 minutes. Additionally, it will help you understand the ways these invisible wounds can intersect within a Veteran.
VA’s Caregiver Support Line assistance is just a quick phone call away. Whether you’re in need of immediate assistance or have questions about what services you may be eligible for, the caring licensed social workers who answer the support line can:
- Provide you with information about assistance available from VA.
- Help you access services.
- Connect you with the Caregiver Support Coordinator at a VA Medical Center near you.
If you’re just getting started with VA, calling the Caregiver Support Line at 1-855-260-3274 is a great first step to learn more about the support that is available to you.