The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has launched a new website, which will allow U.S. veterans to search for services in a single place. The website is called "Make the Connection," and was made to provide help for veterans with disabilities and veterans without disabilities alike, according to an article in Lez Get Real.
The website serves as a "shared experiences and support" site, by allowing veterans and their loved ones to search for video testimonials made by other veterans who have had similar experiences. Visitors to the site will be able to view videos of their peers, who can provide them with information on topics they may otherwise have avoided to talking to someone about, such as mental health problems, and the symptoms and/or warning signs associated with them.
Veterans will be able to limit the information they are looking for by:
The new site features many conditions and disabilities that U.S. veterans are suffering from in which they can find loads of information on, peer support, and additional resources of where help for veterans can be found.
The information available on the site is fairly comprehensive, and is another way for veterans to access their earned services and benefits. Making that first connection, however, is the most vital step along the road to getting help.
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