Mental Health Resources
Mental health is as important as physical health.
Making your mental health a priority is crucial to living a meaningful life and reaching your full potential. Through our partnerships and programming, we are committed to supporting the mental well-being of our warriors and their families.
Mental Health Screening
Click here for online Mental Health Screening.
While this screening is not a diagnosis, it can help identify areas where mental health services may be helpful.
Find a Provider
Upstate Warrior Solution partners with therapists across the Upstate who want to help warriors and their families become the best version of themselves. Whether you were in combat or not, we will help you find a therapist that is the best fit for you. Click here to get more information about the therapists we work with.
Connect with professionals who offer mental health counseling services at no cost through Give an Hour.
Hear from Veterans Like You
Make the Connection shares stories from individual veterans about their experience of transitioning to civilian life, their struggle with mental illness, and how they found help and healing. Click here for stories from veterans of every service era, branch, combat experience and gender.
In a Crisis?
Veteran’s Crisis Line: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) & Press 1,
or text 838255
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
Operation Deep Dive
Upstate Warrior Solution is a proud participant in Operation Deep Dive.
Operation Deep Dive is a first of its kind community-based veteran suicide prevention study taking place in 14 communities across the country. This four-year study is a partnership between America’s Warrior Partnership and researchers from the University of Alabama.
The goal of Operation Deep Dive is to identify the risk factors that lead to suicide and deaths from self-harm in veteran communities. This will help guide the development of programs that will improve the quality of life and reduce self-harm and suicide among veterans.
Operation Deep Dive is the first research study of its kind to look at:
- The impact of community environments on veterans.
- The impact of less-than-honorable discharges on veteran suicides.
- The differences in suicide rates between those who did and did not receive support services from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Have you lost a veteran to suicide or self-harm?
Operation Deep Dive is seeking interview participants. The goal of these interviews is to investigate the lives of the veteran lost to suicide or death from non-natural causes. Non natural causes include: overdose, asphyxiation, accidental gunshot, drowning, suicide by law enforcement, or high speed single driver accident. The interviews focus on the last six months to a year before the veteran’s death. The death has to have occurred within the last year. The goal is to look at how the community supported or challenged the veteran and where we can do better to support those who have served within our community.
If you would like to learn more about how you can promote veteran well-being in your community, contact: