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Program: Veterans

Seven Days a Week offers access to licensed, trained, experienced, marriage and family therapists (LMFT), clinical social workers (LCSW / LMSW), and board licensed professional counselor (LPC). Additionally Seven Days a Week Counselors are required to receive the PsychArmor®  Institute Veteran Ready Healthcare Provider Certificate.

Through our secured video chat service, we can provide confidential licensed counseling through any computer or smartphone with internet access and a video chat camera.

How does our service work?

 

  • 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.
  • The client will receive an email containing open counselling slots to choose from. 
  • Once the client has scheduled their first counseling session, they will receive an email containing your login information to begin the video or phone session for your scheduled appointment.
  • Our Virtual Counseling Platform can be accessed from a computer or smartphone with internet access!

The Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) reports that 

58% of Post 9/11 Veterans have a service-connected mental health injury

40% have considered suicide

54% know an OIF/OEF vet who attempted suicide

45% know an OIF/OEF vet who died by suicide

31% believe the stigma around seeking help is too great 

According to RAND 2017, Approximately 18.5 percent of U.S. service members who have returned from Afghanistan and Iraq currently have post-traumatic stress disorder or depression; and 19.5 percent report experiencing a traumatic brain injury during deployment.

Roughly half of those who need treatment for these conditions seek it, but only slightly more than half who receive treatment get minimally adequate care.

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