Veterans Resources

Did you know...Returning veterans may be at a higher risk of suicide?

A promise to our Veterans.

Thank you for your service and thank you for being strong enough to visit this site. Psychological injuries are just as real as physical injuries and deserve treatment. This page is only a beginning. The links to the left will direct you to many local, state and national resources. There is help, but the path can be overwhelming. We are here for you. Call our agency or walk in, identify yourself as a Veteran and you will be seen by one of our staff.

Veteran Soldier

Recognize the Suicide Warning Signs:

  • Thinking about hurting or killing yourself
  • Looking for ways to kill yourself
  • Talking about death, dying or suicide
  • Self-destructive behavior such as drug abuse, weapons, etc.

The presence of these signs requires immediate attention!

Additional warning signs may include:

  • Hopelessness, feeling like there's no way out
  • Anxiety, agitation, sleeplessness, mood swings
  • Feeling like there is no reason to live
  • Rage or anger
  • Engaging in risky activities without thinking
  • Increasing alcohol or drug abuse
  • Withdrawing from family and friends

Call us if you experience any of these warning signs!

Shiawassee County Community Mental Health accepts Tri-Care Standard and CHAMPS-VA insurances for Veterans and/or their dependents.

I am a Veteran

Call: Veterans Crisis Line

Text: 838255

Shiawassee County Veterans Affairs Office
201 N. Shiawassee Street
3rd Floor, Surbeck Building
Corunna, MI 48817
(989) 743-2231
Shiawassee County Veterans Affairs Website


Call for Help 1-800-273-TALK(8255) - Press 1 for Veterans
Drug Help Line (800) 662-HELP (4357)
Gambling Help Line (800) 270-7117

Real Warriors
Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center
National Center for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Buddy to Buddy
Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Veterans and Suicide Prevention Brochure

I am a Family/Friend

Military Child Education Coalition
Sesame Workshop