Cohen Veterans Network Expands Services Throughout the State of Texas

More than 350,000 post-9/11 Texas veterans will now be able to receive customized life-saving mental health care at no or low-cost statewide through Cohen Veterans Network telehealth services.

Per the official word shared with MHW, CVN Telehealth removes wait times and geography as barriers to care in Texas by allowing timely access for anyone seeking help. Telehealth access will extend to additional states later in the year.

Veterans and their families often face transition challenges including depression, relationship issues and anxiety. And, reportedly 20 veterans a day die by suicide, most of which are never seen by the VA.

Post 9/11 veterans within the state of Texas can call 1-833-CVN-VETS at any time to make an appointment. Clients can connect with a Cohen Clinic therapist for an appointment over a smartphone, on a computer, or a tablet with video capabilities.

“This is another strong step forward for the network. We will soon have four clinic locations in Texas, and we are constantly looking for ways to reach post-9/11 veterans beyond our immediate service areas,” said CVN President & CEO Dr. Anthony Hassan. “Telehealth allows us to bridge that gap, reaching veterans in rural areas, while empowering our clients to get better in a way that fits their schedule and lifestyle.”

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