Mental Health Assistance
Greene County Veterans Services is committed to ensuring the well-being of the Veterans and their families in our community. Greene County Veterans Services has a variety of mental health resources, information, and more – all accessible to Veterans, Veterans’ supporters, and the general public.
If you need help, take the first step
Let others know how you feel and ask for support. Seeking information, advice, or options for tackling the challenges that affect your health, daily activities, or relationships can be a good first step. You may start with a family member or friend but also consider talking with:
- Your doctor. Ask if your doctor has experience treating Veterans or can refer you to someone who does.
- A mental health professional, such as a therapist.
- Your local VA medical center or Vet Center. VA specializes in the care and treatment of Veterans.
- Greene County Veterans Services – Warrior Resiliency Team, a Peer based non-therapeutic group that encompasses a range of activities and interactions between people who share similar experiences of being diagnosed with mental health conditions, substance use disorders, or both.
Peer Support Assistance Programs
WRT Group Meeting
The Warrior Resiliency Team meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month and quarterly community events. Come meet other veterans in your community and enjoy the fellowship and comradery among people with similar experiences. Check the Events page for activities.
Are you a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one?
Find support anytime day or night
To connect with a Veterans Crisis Line responder anytime day or night:
We’re here to help you!
Call (937) 562-6020
Live, In-person help
Monday – Friday
8:00am – 4:30pm