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Human Resources

Coping with War

With our troops on the ground in Iraq, media reports of casualties and international political tension, many of us may feel additional stress and anxiety. To help us cope with these uncertain times we are providing you with the following resources:

Helping Our Children Deal With War
Dealing with the Stress of War
Coping with War and Terrorism: Tips for the Workplace 

America’s Heroes at Work
www.americasheroesatwork.gov

California Department of Veterans Affairs
www.cdva.ca.gov

Hire Vets First Veterans’ Employment and Training Service
www.hirevetsfirst.dol.gov

National Coalition for Homeless Veterans (800) VET-HELP
www.nchv.org/index.cfm

Outpatient Clinic at Mather 916-366-5324

Sacramento County Veterans Service Office 916-874-6811

State Dept. of Veterans Affairs (800) 952-5626

U.S. Dept. of Veteran Affairs
www.va.gov

Vietnam Veterans of America (800) VVA-1316
www.vva.org

VVA’S Guide on PTSD
www.vva.org/benefits/ptsd.htm

Source: http://www.seta.net/community/sacramento-community-resources/#veterans
http://hr.ucsb.edu/asap/resources.php 

Academic and Staff Assistance Program  (ASAP) offers confidential, cost-free assessment, counseling, consultation and referral services to all UC Davis Health System faculty, staff, and their family members. Whether the problem is work-related, personal, career or relationship focused, ASAP can assist you in evaluating and resolving the problem.


You can call ASAP at 916-734-2727 for an appointment.