Community

Veterans Advantage has partnered often with leading groups helping Veterans, including Give an Hour (www.giveanhour.org) and The Coming Home Project (www.cominghomeproject.net), non-profit organizations to help address the special health needs of active duty suffering from service-related stress. In the spirit of these partnerships, we have created the PTS Resource Center, an area devoted to highlighting the health issues associated with PTS (post-traumatic stress) and TBI (traumatic brain injury).

AWARENESS AND OUTREACH PROGRAMS
Through our member newsletter and website, we also raise awareness of public and private sector program supporting those who serve, veterans, and their families, such as The National Resource Directory.

In our own PTS Resource Center, Veterans Advantage features articles, information and news from a multitude of mental health professionals and ressources who treat our military and veterans who are dealing with PTS. We seek to keep you informed about this significant public health issue, and direct those active duty soldiers, military veterans, and their families, who are in need, to the appropriate resources.

SOCIAL MEDIA
We also urge you to keep up with us via our social media, including our just launched Facebook and Twitter pages:

Read and learn about our other veterans resources from the links on the upper left.

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Benefit Upgrade: Coleman 25% Discounts for Camping, Hiking and Tailgating

Fresh on the heels of our CVS/pharmacy benefit upgrade last month, we are pleased to report another upgrade for Veterans Advantage members: Coleman outdoor gear. The timing could not be more perfect with the start of spring and summer fun.
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