Military Caregiver Telehealth Initiative

If you are a spouse, friend, family member or loved one who assists a wounded, ill or injured Service Member or Veteran in any activity (or instrumental activity) of daily living, you are a military caregiver.

Join us for this exciting new program, the Military Caregiver Telehealth Initiative:

  • Mental Health counseling for military caregivers residing in Texas
  • Focus on taking care of YOU
  • Promotes emotional well-being and encourages healing
  • Visits are virtual (occur through your computer or smart phone)
  • The therapy sessions are up to 60-minutes and occur weekly for 12 weeks
  • No referral or health insurance needed and no cost to participate
  • All information will be kept confidential

Who are we inviting:

  • Pre and Post 9/11 military caregivers of wounded, ill or injured veterans
  • Military caregivers in the State of Texas
  • Interested in receiving mental health services to deal with sadness, loss, grief, stress, anxiety or other issues
  • Able to participate in weekly counseling for about 3 months

To participate or for additional information please contact:

Conducted under the direction of:

  • Dawn Velligan, Ph.D., Program Director
  • Byron C. Hepburn, M.D., FAAFP, Director, Military Health Institute

The Military Caregiver Telehealth Initiative is supported by USAA