Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

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    Taxonomy Code: YF-5000.0500-650

    A disorder affecting individuals who have experienced a psychologically traumatizing event which is characterized by reexperiencing the event through recurrent and intrusive recollections or dreams of the event, or the sudden feeling that the event was recurring; numbing of responsiveness or reduced involvement with the external world beginning sometime after the trauma; and/or one or a combination of other symptoms including hyperalertness or exaggerated startle response, sleep disturbance, guilt about surviving if others have not, memory or concentration impairment, avoidance of memories that recall the trauma and intensification of symptoms when exposed to events that symbolize or resemble the trauma.

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    ACCEPTING RECOVERY COMING HOME (ARCH) PROGRAMOffers trauma-informed, integrated treatments for substance use disorders and related behavioral health challenges for veterans in an outpatient setting. Specific services offered include: individual and group therapies, focused recovery groups (including DWI, Relapse Prevention, Power and Control), specialized military wellness and resilience services (including Mindfulness, Yoga, Acupuncture, Spiritual Counseling, and Identify Workshops), inter-generational peer support and community reintegration, trauma-focused therapies, family-focused interventions, and experiential modalities (including art therapy, expressive techniques, trauma-informed drama therapy, and others). Certified by New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (NYSOASAS).NassauACCEPTING RECOVERY COMING HOME (ARCH) PROGRAMBRIDGE BACK TO LIFE CENTER, INC.
    BOOTS ON THE GROUND NYOffers a variety of veteran support activities, programs and services. These include PTSD support, food pantry services, furniture pantry services, care packages, holiday programs, and welcome home troops activities. Additionally, operates a Veteran Activity Center that houses peer groups, 12 step meetings, breathing and yoga classes and also PT programs. The VAC has a full service pantry, group meeting room, session and training area, video/TV lounge, coffee café area and a fully stocked pantry of food, toiletries and cleaners as well as miscellaneous furnishings.SuffolkBOOTS ON THE GROUND NYBOOTS ON THE GROUND NY
    CHILD AND FAMILY TRAUMA INSTITUTEOffers services to children and their families suffering from traumatic experiences and post-traumatic stress disorder. Cognitive-behavior therapy and exposure therapy are the preferred modes of treatment for PTSD. In Cognitive-behavior therapy your therapist helps you understand and change the way you think, feel and behave in response to your traumatic experience. You will learn how to identify problematic thoughts about yourself and the world that are making you fearful and have resulted in you withdrawing from previously enjoyable activities. With the help of your therapist, you will learn how to replace these thoughts with less distressing ones and behave in effective and self-fulfilling ways. Exposure therapy is an important part of CBT. In exposure therapy the goal is to confront your fears. Your therapist will help you to stop avoiding those thoughts, feelings and situations that have caused you so much distress. Exposure therapy may involve simply discussing your concerns in detail. By talking about your trauma in-depth and frequently with a therapist, you will learn how to control these unwanted thoughts and feelings. You learn to stop fearing your past. This may be hard at first; it might be difficult to intentionally confront and deal with painful thoughts and feelings. Your therapist will guide you through this process. All services are provided in a professional and ethical manner and conform to the ethical standards of the American Psychological Association. Any materials related to the assessment or treatment will not be released without the written consent of the client, except where mandated by the law. Call for more detailed information.NassauPSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION RESEARCH AND COUNSELING CLINICHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY-JOAN AND ARNOLD SALTZMAN COMMUNITY SERVICES CENTER
    COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION FOR TRAUMA IN SCHOOLS (C-BITS)Provides skill-based, group intervention that is aimed at relieving symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, depression and general anxiety among children exposed to trauma.SuffolkCOGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION FOR TRAUMA IN SCHOOLS (C-BITS)FAMILY SERVICE LEAGUE, INC.
    FIRST RESPONDER THERAPEUTIC ADDICTION TREATMENT PROGRAMOffers specialized addiction for first responder professionals such as law enforcement, firefighters, military, Veterans, EMT's and Correctional officers. Treats not only the addiction but also the underlying issues that are often associated to such high-demand professions, namely stress, anxiety, depression and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).SuffolkFIRST RESPONDER THERAPEUTIC ADDICTION TREATMENT PROGRAMLONG ISLAND CENTER FOR RECOVERY
    FLORENCE AND ROBERT A. ROSEN FAMILY WELLNESS CENTERProvides wellness, health and parenting workshops training for health-care professionals referrals to physical and mental health services outreach to military and law enforcement agencies and individuals (Children, Adolescents, Adults). Also offers couples and family counseling to law enforcement officers, military personnel and their families, as well as help with Post Tramatic Stress Syndrome. Provides assessments and counseling for current Active Duty, Guard and Reservists, OEF/OIF and Desert Storm veterans and their families. Member of Northwell Health.NassauNORTH SHORE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL-MANHASSETNORTH SHORE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL-MANHASSET
    MILDRED AND FRANK FEINBERG DIVISION UNIFIED BEHAVIORAL HEALTH CENTER FOR MILTARY VETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIESThe center provides evidenced-based behavioral healthcare individuals and families that are impacted by military service including; family members of all ages of any active duty, reserve duty or veteran, veterans who are not able to obtain VA services and military service members. Call for more information.SuffolkMILDRED AND FRANK FEINBERG DIVISION UNIFIED BEHABIORAL HEALTH CENTER FOR MILTARY BETERANS AND THEIR FAMILIESSOUTHSIDE HOSPITAL
    PFC. JOSEPH DWYER VETERANS PEER SUPPORT PROJECTOffers peer support and assistance for veterans of all ages and eras who struggle with post-military service transition issues including mental health and substance abuse, financial employment, social, and family challenges. Group meets at various sites throughout Suffolk County. Check website for locations.SuffolkPFC. JOSEPH DWYER VETERANS PEER SUPPORT PROJECTASSOCIATION FOR MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLNESS
    PROJECT 9 LINEOffers veterans, including those with PTSD, support meetings, networking opportunities, creativity and job preparation workshops, and social activity experience to promote a healthy transition back to civilian life. A particular focus is placed upon helping veterans showcase their talent and share their experiences through the arts; via art shows, photography, music, dance and theatrical events.SuffolkPROJECT 9 LINEPROJECT 9 LINE
    SPIRITUAL HEALING AND PEER SUPPORTHelps wounded American combat veterans from all conflicts who suffer from moral injury, PTDS and depression. Provides a spiritual healing and a peer support program.SPIRITUAL HEALING AND PEER SUPPORTHEROES TO HEROES FOUNDATION
    THE SOLDIERS PROJECTOffers free confidential counseling by licensed professionals (social workers, mental health nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists) to post 9/11 veterans and their families.THE SOLDIERS PROJECTTHE SOLDIERS PROJECT
    UNIFORMED SERVICE MEMBERS TRAUMA AND RECOVERY PROGRAM-AMITYVILLEProvides but is not limited to continuous assessment of AOD, continuous assessment of PTS/PTSD, continuous assessment of occupational stressors, identifying the connection between PTS/PTSD and addiction, activation management and relapse prevention. Referral and appointments required.SuffolkSEAFIELD SERVICES-AMITYVILLESEAFIELD CENTER
    UNIFORMED SERVICES MEMBERS TRAUMA AND RECOVERY PROGRAM-RIVERHEADProvides but is not limited to continuous assessment of AOD, continuous assessment of PTS/PTSD, continuous assessment of occupational stressors, identifying the connection between PTS/PTSD and addiction, activation management and relapse prevention. Referral required.SuffolkSEAFIELD SERVICES-RIVERHEADSEAFIELD CENTER
    VETERAN CENTER SERVICESProvides individual and group readjustment counseling,(specific for war trauma) marital and family counseling, alcohol and drug counseling, bereavement counseling for family members of those killed or injured in the global war on terrorism, and support groups for spouse and significant others. Also provides sexual harassment counseling, intimidation, assault or rape while on active duty regardless of where they served. Provides benefits assistance and referral, job referral and community education. Gives referrals to community agencies, and acts as liasion with Veteran's Administration facilities.SuffolkVETERAN CENTER SERVICESLONG ISLAND VETERANS CENTER
    VETERANS CRISIS LINEOffers 24/7 hotline for veterans, Active Duty Service personnel and their families and friends who are in emotional crisis. The trained call specialist has the capability of connecting the veteran to his or her local VA Suicide Prevention Coordinator for priority follow-up.VETERANS CRISIS LINEVETERANS CRISIS LINE
    VETERANS SERVICESProvides three residential treatment facilities exclusively for veterans struggling with chemical dependency, post-traumatic stress disorder and other life challenges. They are located in Manhattan, Richmond Hill, Queens, and Ellenville NY. The Ellenville facility is dedicated to female veterans and offers gender-specific treatment at a safe and encouraging environment for women veterans. Also operates the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) which provides community-based housing assistance and support services for at-risk veterans and their families. These services include temporary financial assistance, housing counseling, legal service referrals, daily living services, personal financial planning and transportation services.VETERANS SERVICESSAMARITAN DAYTOP VILLAGE
    VETS-HELP.ORG, INC.Facilitates and coordinates leading medical research facilities which will be funded to work together to promote ways to help veterans and their families creates communities for the traumatically injured returning veterans in a supportive environment so they can buy their own affordable, well-built homes designed and built by veterans, especially for disabled veterans and their families provides vocational training as well as provides veterans assistance in helping establish their own business in order to help them re-integrate into society unifies veterans service organizations in order to effectively perform their missions in support of the National Disabled Veterans Business Council. This is accomplished by utilizing the print and broadcast media through the creation of television shows, films, documentaries, acquiring scripts, music and producing a concert series to entertain and make known to the public the issues related to returning from war.VETS-HELP.ORG, INC.VETS-HELP.ORG, INC.

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