Welcome to the Veterans Program

You served your country. You don’t have to deal with haunting memories, sleepless nights, panic attacks or other symptoms alone. You owe it to yourself — and the people who love you — to get the help you need and deserve.

The Emory Healthcare Veterans Program is designed to treat the “invisible wounds” of war, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), military sexual trauma, anxiety, and depression-related to past military service. Our team includes professionals in psychiatry, neurology, neuropsychology, social work and other fields. We’re experienced in working with combat veterans, and many of us have served as well. We understand the stresses of war and the challenges of returning to daily life here at home. Together, we’ll chart a course to help you find your way to peace of mind and your best life.

Make an Appointment

To make an appointment, please call 888–514–5345 or complete the private online form below and we will contact you.

Thanks to funding from our generous partners, the Emory Healthcare Veterans Program offers care at no cost to post 9/11 veterans. (See our treatment and services page for eligibility criteria.) Our program is also a member of several national research studies that provide therapy to veterans of all eras.

Reach Out For Help

Whatever you’re going through, you aren’t alone. Thousands of men and women who fought for our nation are living with PTSD, TBI and other conditions brought on by things they saw and experienced during their service. As a veteran, you deserve to have access to the care and services that can help you heal mentally and physically. We’re committed to doing our part to meet this need, and to providing the best possible care and support when you turn to us. We’ll treat you and your family with respect, dignity, and compassion, and help you reclaim your life.

Did You Know?

You can make a tax-deductible contribution to the Veterans Program, or another Emory program, online or by check. Give in honor or memory of a family member, caregiver or friend.

We are part of the Wounded Warrior Project®’s Warrior Care Network™, a national network of academic medical center partners committed to connecting wounded veterans and their families with quality mental health care.

Warrior Care Network