Assist Re-Adjustment to Civilian Life

The Center for Returning Veterans (CRV) is a mental health clinic that provides assistance to returning veterans who are having difficulties re-adjusting to civilian life following their Operation Enduring Freedom or Operation Iraqi Freedom deployment.

If you, or a fellow veteran, served in Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom (OEF/OIF), please contact The Center for Returning Veterans. There is a support staff in place to work with Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom service members and veterans as you transition to civilian life. Please encourage any/all eligible veterans to take advantage of the professional care programs and benefits available. Trained staff will assist you during regular business hours at 1-800-865-3384 ext. 46780. (or direct line 1-857-364-6780).

Professionals at The Center for Returning Veterans will:

– provide evaluations of your current difficulties to determine what would be most helpful for you, such as therapy or medication

– assist you in connecting to the most appropriate mental health services throughout VA Boston

– offer assistance to returning veterans who are experiencing difficulties re-adjusting to their relationships with their spouses and/or families.

To make an appointment or to learn more about mental health services available to returning veterans, call 1-800-865-3384 ext. 42472 (or direct line 857-364-2472). General information about VA resources available to returning veterans can be found here:

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