We have a proven history of supporting veterans. We also understand the unique difficulties and nuances of behavioral health, stress management, and transitioning back to civilian life. Our program has been built on sustained, engaging support for individuals – because that’s what works.
We provide a compassionate approach that includes family support, peer coaching, and virtual tools, to support vets wherever they are in their journey. Additionally, veterans in our peer coaching program are matched with coaches who also have military experience and are knowledgeable in navigating the Department of Veterans Affairs and Veterans Benefits Administration.
In 2019, 3.9 million veterans had a mental illness and/or substance use disorder - an increase of over 6.5% from 2018.Read More
On average, 15% of veterans experience PTSD in a given year. This is almost four times higher than the general population.Read More
Military suicide rates are 4x higher than deaths that occurred during military operations.Read More
After a long career in the U.S. military and some personal trauma, Andrew was seeking treatment for PTSD and substance misuse. Find out how a Youturn Health peer coach with a similar military and recovery experience formed a trusted bond with Andrew and help him get into long-term recovery.Download
In 2019, Youturn Health coach manager Zach was afforded the opportunity to participate in a Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center 28-day inpatient treatment program for co-occurring Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Substance Use Disorder (SUD). While this opportunity saved his life, it also opened his eyes to the barriers many military veterans and active-duty servicemen and women have regarding access to behavioral health treatment.View
Despite the prevalence of mental health issues, fewer than 50% of veterans who need treatment for mental health receive it. Why? Embarrassment, shame, fear of being seen as weak, long wait times to get help, and lack of understanding of mental health issues.Download
Tom Satterly is a retired CSM Delta Force and Jen Satterly was previously embedded in Realistic Training Missions with Special Operations units as Director of Film and Photography. Their mission is to help Veterans returning home but more importantly, they know that helping the family members of returning veterans is a huge piece of the puzzle to recovering from PTS, depression, substance misuse, and more.View