Local Help Is Here . . .
As a veteran in recovery with over two decades of service, Bradford Volz understands what it means to be deployed and come home to face obstacles getting any help.
Bradford created Veterans Recover to help other veterans access services and benefits from the VA. Bradford is a Recovery Coach and offers help to veterans struggling with drug and alcohol use and abuse.
If you just want to talk to another veteran, give him a call.
Military One Source www.militaryonesource.mil/
Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) / Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) Transition Program
The Manchester, NH VA has established a team to meet the needs and concerns of OEF/OIF Veterans returning from combat theater.
The OEF/OIF transition program is available to help you deal with obstacles you and your family face by providing support, education, resources and other services. Case Management Services are available for OEF/OIF combat Veterans.
OEF/OIF Program Manager David Simpson, MSW
Office: 603-624-4366 Ext. 6483
David.Simpson @ va.gov
OEF/OIF Transitional Patient Advocate
Orelia.Hayden @ va.gov
OEF/OIF Program Assist. Adam J. Talbot
dam.Talbot @ va.gov
Substance Abuse - Treatment
VA Medical Center
718 Smyth Road, Manchester, NH 03104
Coordinator Substance Abuse Services Licensed Clinical Psychologist Caroline Hatala, Psy.D
Phone: 800-892-8384 Ext. 3621
Caroline.Hatala @ va.gov
Veteran Counseling Services
103 Liberty Street, Manchester, NH
NH National Guard Information Line
800-472-0328 choose prompt #1
Military One Source is provided by the Dept. of Defense at no cost to active duty, Guard and Reserve and families.
Healthcare for Homeless Veterans (HCHV)
Program Help for housing/homeless issues at Manchester VA Medical Center Lisa Jacobus, MSW Homeless Coordinator
Phone: 603-624-4366 Ext. 3622
Lisa.Jacobus @ va.gov
What is Veterans Treatment Court?
There is a 2-day Justice For Vets Mentor Corps Boot Camp that provides critical training for volunteer veteran mentors who want to serve their fellow veterans in veterans treatment court. For more info go to www.justiceforvets.org