Mental Health Therapy for Veterans and Service People
Find a safe place to talk and get a new perspective on life.
Specialized therapy designed for veterans and service people
Mental health impacts everyone. From our perspective, military service people and veterans have a higher likelihood of having mental health challenges due to the difficult situations and circumstances that they experience while performing their duty.
If you are a vet or member of the military and are living with a behavioral addiction, or a mood disorder such as anxiety or depression, or have a family member who appears struggling with a mental health challenge, the first thing to know is that you are not alone.
For individuals who are ready to speak with someone about an addiction or mental health problem, Kindbridge can connect you with a licenced therapist in as little as 24 hrs.
For family members, it is important to know that recovery often starts with a parent, spouse or family member taking the first step toward intervention. Seeking the personal advice of a therapist is completely normal and recommended.
For veterans or active military personnel who are ready to speak with someone about an addiction or mental health problem, Kindbridge can connect you with a licenced therapist in as little as 24hrs. For family members, it is important to know that recovery often starts with a parent, spouse or partner taking the first step toward intervention. Seeking the personal advice of a therapist is completely normal and recommended.
Getting started only takes a minute.Request an Appointment
Why choose Kindbridge
Kindbridge Behavioral Health is an online therapy service that connects individuals and families to licensed counselors, coaches and support groups from the comfort of their homes. While we provide help for a spectrum of mental health needs, we have deep experience helping families that are dealing with the following conditions:
Problem Sexual Behaviors
Problem Pornography Use
We help you to understand the links between conditions such as anxiety or depression and gaming or gambling. We also uncover other hidden mental health problems that are often the root of the problem.
How it works
Therapy may seem daunting, especially if you have never had it before. But Kindbridge’s specialized approach means that you are guided through treatment and recovery from your first contact with us.
After you get in touch, we will book a call to discuss what treatment will be best tailored to you.
Our intake specialist will match the right therapist for you based on your needs and their specialties.
Begin your therapy sessions, and start your journey to healthier habits and a happier you.
Colorado Veteran Recovery Program
In coordination with the State of Colorado, Kindbridge has created a Veteran Recovery Program that provides active military personnel, veterans and their family members with access to the following:
Free Online Mental Health Care for Family Members and Service People
Online Peer Support Groups for Family Members and Service People
Colorado Military Research Fellowship
ROTC Education Program
If you are based in Colorado, and fit the above criteria, we encourage you to take part in these unique opportunities. It is our hope that the Colorado Veteran Recovery Program will help us deliver treatment faster to service members who need it, as well as help us to segue to deliver similar programs across the United States.Learn More
Watch: Demystifying Therapy: Guide to treatment and why it works.
Many individuals are afraid of seeking help, and what it all means when they do. What am I admitting to? Will it work? What if I am a lost cause? But therapy is truly about uncovering the root cause of a problem, and taking steps towards regaining control of your life.
Attend: Group Therapy for Veterans (Saturdays at 10 am)
Meeting other veterans who have shared experiences can be a great and unintimidating way to see how counseling works.Learn More
Military Gambling Disorder Support
A new study came out that shocked a number of people with vested interest in U.S. military services. Research conducted in a combined effort between the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) and Bowling Green State University unveiled a potentially concerning rate of gambling problems among active duty military.
While some may dismiss this with a statement that “military are people too” and should not be beholden to a different standard, it’s the disproportionate rate that is alarming.