PTSD Screening Day is Around the Corner

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Welcome to the National Center for PTSD: News relevant to the issues of trauma and PTSD

Know How to Self-Screen for PTSD



June 27th is PTSD Screening Day. On this day, we ask that everyone spread the word about the importance of self-screening. Self-screening is an important first step for those who may be experiencing PTSD to receive the treatment they need.

The self-screen takes only a few minutes to complete and can help you find out if your feelings and behaviors may be related to PTSD. Your responses are private and secure, they are not collected or shared. This tool is a terrific way to help get you on the path to treating PTSD.

During PTSD Awareness month we want to help as many people as possible. If you are concerned that someone you care about might be experiencing PTSD, please share this screen with them and encourage them to take it. Become an advocate of PTSD awareness by knowing the signs and sharing what you’ve learned with others.

Take a Self-Screen

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Thank you,

The Staff of VA’s National Center for PTSD