The National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE)

The National Intrepid Center of Excellence (NICoE) is a Department of Defense organization working to advance the clinical care, diagnosis, research and education of military service members with traumatic brain injuries (TBI) and psychological health (PH) conditions. NICoE provides diagnostic evaluations and treatment of complex TBI and PH conditions to promote physical, psychological and spiritual healing. This center would respond to the growing needs of those with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and psychological health (PH) concerns, and serve as a leader in TBI patient focused care and research throughout the MHS.
The primary patient population of the NiCoE is active duty service members with TBI and PH conditions who are not responding to conventional therapy. After being referred by their military health care provider and accepted into the treatment program, the service member goes to the NICoE for two to three weeks, where they will stay in a NICoE-dedicated Fisher House on the Bethesda campus. A spouse or other family member may stay with the service member during the time of treatment. Service members return to their duty station or referring military treatment facility upon the completion of their time at the NICoE with a personalized treatment plan aimed at helping them return to active duty.

National Center for PTSD

NCPTSDLogo_LargeThe mission of the National Center for PTSD is to advance the clinical care and social welfare of America’s Veterans through research, education, and training in the science, diagnosis, and treatment of PTSD and stress-related disorders.

Busted! PTSD Myths Hurt You

Myths about what PTSD is, who it affects, why you might have it and what can be done are unfortunately, common and harmful.

Assistive Technology Toolkit for Veterans with PTSD

Recent studies on PTSD care and treatment include the role of digital technology in PTSD treatments. Digital technology-based applications can provide more accessible treatment for veterans with PTSD and may include virtual telehealth, internet-based intervention, mobile apps, wearable technology, virtual experience with AR and games as well as other digital media.

This resource guide will examine different digital therapy tools and provide resources that can be used by veterans with PTSD alongside treatment.