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Are you concerned you or someone you know has PTSD? Here’s the first step to finding help.

If you have served in a military conflict recently, you may be wondering if you have symptoms of PTSD or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. PTSD can have a profound affect on your every day life — but there is help.

The United States Department of Veteran’s Affairs offers a free tool to help screen for PTSD. On the Department’s microsite, MyHealthVet, there is a free, anonymous and confidential PTSD Screening Tool. It only takes a few minutes to complete but the results can help you decide whether or not you think you should seek treatment. Once the test is completed you may print them out to share with your physician or other health professional — but the results will not be stored online or sent anywhere.

If you need to speak to a professional emergency crisis counselor, please contact VA’s Crisis Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK. Counselors are available 24/7 at this number.

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  • Sgt. Rachel Kaplanski January 29, 2010

    Saw this on Twitter, thanks guys, you're the best.

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