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Mental Health from a Combat Veteran Perspective

Where Were You This Time Last Year? And Beyond?

Where Were You This Time Last Year? And Beyond?

Where were you this time last year? Mentally, relationally, professionally? Our newsfeed is full of reflection, of remembrance and recollection. But what about our minds, our lives? Endings are a natural time of reflection, but there are moments throughout our lives that are milestones in the present as well as touchstones to the past. Graduations.Read more about Where Were You This Time Last Year? And Beyond?[…]

Is the Problem with In-Service Transition Assistance a Matter of Too Little, Too Late?

Is the Problem with In-Service Transition Assistance a Matter of Too Little, Too Late?

At some point in a service member’s military career, they become aware of the fact that they will no longer be in the military. This may happen when they decide not to reenlist, or when they’re told they can’t reenlist, or some other service-ending situation. Until that point, the service member is not thinking about transition,Read more about Is the Problem with In-Service Transition Assistance a Matter of Too Little, Too Late?[…]

Colorado Veterans Health and Wellness Agency: Free Counseling for Veterans

Colorado Veterans Health and Wellness Agency: Free Counseling for Veterans

In order to ensure that the Head Space and Timing community is providing the most support possible to veterans, their families, and those who support veterans, we offer weekly posts that highlight free resources for veterans.  This is important to us: in our opinion, veterans should not have to pay for their mental health care. That’s not toRead more about Colorado Veterans Health and Wellness Agency: Free Counseling for Veterans[…]

One Soldier, an Addict & Inspiration

One Soldier, an Addict & Inspiration

This post is an original article written by Pete Howell.  Pete joined the Canadian Army Reserves when he was 17 years old and served over 6 years in the Canadian Forces. Today, he’s in Sales and Business Development within the manufacturing sectors specifically within Rotating and Mechanical Applications across Western Canada. The original post can be found here  and is republished by permission. ItRead more about One Soldier, an Addict & Inspiration[…]

Give An Hour: A Nationwide Network of Veteran Mental Health Providers

Give An Hour: A Nationwide Network of Veteran Mental Health Providers

In order to ensure that the Head Space and Timing community is providing the most support possible to veterans, their families, and those who support veterans, we offer weekly posts that highlight free resources for veterans.  This is important to us: in our opinion, veterans should not have to pay for their mental health care. That’s not toRead more about Give An Hour: A Nationwide Network of Veteran Mental Health Providers[…]