Strength At Home is a comprehensive group program designed to stop abuse and improve relationships. The Strength At Home team leaders are experts in anger treatment as well as trauma and recovery.
12 session program to help veterans understand abuse, anger, and trauma, gain anger management skills, and improve communication.
In general, if you have served 24 consecutive months in the active military, and were discharged under Honorable or General conditions, you may be eligible for VA benefits. National Guard and Reserve Service Members may also meet eligibility requirements if they have been called to and completed active service other than training duty. Service Members discharged under less than Honorable conditions may need to have their applications reviewed further for eligibility.
It is best to contact the eligibility office for specific inquiries, as these are only general guidelines to enrollment.
How To Apply
To enroll in the VA Healthcare System, you must do the following:
Complete the "Application for Healthcare Benefits" either online here ,
or by printing and mailing or physically delivering the documents to the Enrollment Office, Located at:
Providence VA Medical Center
Eligibility Office - Patient Services (136)
830 Chalkstone Ave
Providence, RI 02908
Phone: 401-273-7100 x3255
The office is located in the main building near Ambulatory Care, room 1073.
The application must include a copy of both sides of your insurance card, as well as a copy of your DD-214, "Armed Forces Report of Transfer or Discharge".
A copy of your Purple Heart award if you are a Purple Heart recipient.
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