These are challenging times for everyone. To help, the Emory Healthcare Veterans Program team has created and compiled content to help keep our warriors and their families both mentally and physically healthy during this time.

On this page, you will find guides for practicing mindfulness, getting a good night of sleep, keeping a schedule and getting comfortable with personal protection equipment. You will also find resources on how to build resilience during times of crisis, locate your local food bank, identify warning signs of intimate partner violence, and give back to the community.

We may be distant, but we are not alone.


Is your mind full or are you mindful? Learn how to practice mindfulness.


Having issues getting a good night's sleep? Read our top 5 tips for getting a night of restful sleep.

Sleep Infographic

Food insecurity affects 1 in 9 Americans every day. Use this Food Insecurity Guide to connect to resources near you.

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Do you want to help others affected by the COVID-19 pandemic but you’re not sure where to begin? Read this How to Help Guide for our top 3 ways to serve others during this time. 

How to Help Infographic

Mental Health

Learning to control anger can help you manage your thoughts and feelings in a productive way. Read our guide for tips to manage anger in times of frustration.

Anger Management

Times of crisis affect everyone. Read our latest blog post to learn how to build resilience and move forward during these days of stress.

Home isn’t a safe place for everyone. If staying home isn’t safe for you or a loved one, use this Intimate Partner Violence Guide to identify signs of intimate partner violence and connect with organizations that can help.

You may be anxious wearing a mask or a face covering when out in public. Read our guide on how to get comfortable wearing personal protection equipment:


You don't have to deal with emotional distress on your own. Use our guide to learn more about the resources available to you in times of crisis.

Crisis Social Post Resources

Grief is the emotional suffering you feel when you experience loss. Take time to recognize your loss and use this guide to help process your grief in a meaningful way.

Processing through Grief Resources


The current pandemic may have added stressors in your daily life and family relationships. Use this guide to practice effective communication techniques:

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Planning a daily routine can help bring normalcy to a day that feels anything but normal. Use these calendars to write out plans for the week:

Family Schedule

Learn More about the Emory Healthcare Veterans Program

If you are a post-9/11 warrior struggling with invisible wounds such as PTSD, traumatic brain injury, anxiety or depression, now is the time to focus on your mental health.

Our program provides free, confidential treatment to eligible post-9/11 veterans and service members living anywhere in the United States, regardless of discharge status.

The intensive outpatient program will give you the resources you need to confidently navigate the challenging times ahead.

Treatment works. Call 888-514-5345 or complete the form to speak with our care coordinator.

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