Our Approach

Seven Days A Week Provides Free, Confidential, and Unlimited Virtual Counseling to Veterans and their spouses.

Our service allows for:

  • Expanded access
  • Increased efficacy
  • A stigma-free experience

We believe every service member deserves free and high-quality counseling that is truly convenient to their every day lives.

See our Get Help page for more information!

Serving Those Who Served

Our services are free and unlimited to all current service members, veterans, and their loved ones regardless of discharge status.

If you’ve served you will be seen!

The Support You Need is Closer Than You Think

How it Works
  • Clients call or email us for help, and we respond within 48 hours.
  • We’ll do a brief intake, and then match the client to a licensed counselor who has specialized training and can further assess your needs.
  • Once you are matched with a counselor, you will receive an email containing your log in information to begin the video or phone session for your scheduled appointment.

Our Virtual Counseling Platform can be accessed from a computer or smart phone!

Client Confidentiality

Our services are always confidential, We understand that choosing to see a mental health provider is a decision that many individuals would like to keep private. We respect your right to privacy and never share details about who contacts us for help.

Our therapists come from a variety of backgrounds and are fully licensed and insured in the state in which they practice.

Clients will never be billed for services!

Current Service Members

Seven Days a Week is proud to provide convenient and confidential counseling services to current military service members.


Virtual counseling can be a wonderful resource for veterans transitioning from military to civilian life. Were here to help with anything from anxiety to martial struggles.

Military Spouses

Military Spouses make daily sacrifices for our country. Seven Days a Week believes they deserve to be supported with high quality and convenient counseling.

Get Help Now...

Please fill out our contact form for more information on services.If you or a loved one are in a life threatening situation please call 911.