ColumbiaCare recognizes that the period of transition for Veterans returning home can be very difficult for both them and their loved ones. In addition to behavioral health issues, many returning Veterans experience isolation, fear, homelessness, and relationship and family problems. ColumbiaCare is seeking to make “homecoming” a positive and therapeutic time for the entire family.
We are proud to announce that we have expanded our residential and affiliated behavioral health services programs to meet the specific needs of Veterans. ColumbiaCare is working in coordination with the Veterans Administration, other non-profits, local government agencies, and private therapists to provide suicide prevention training, crisis intervention and stabilization, counseling services and reduced-cost supportive housing for Veterans and their families.
It is our belief that by treating the family we help heal the Veteran, and by treating the Veteran we help heal the family.
To find out more about our Veteran's Crisis Services, Housing, or Suicide Prevention Activities, please contact Joseph Chick at 540.858.8170 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org