The North Carolina Veteranâs Assistance CouncilÂ has assembled in order to work directly with veterans in need, and all other organizations who also wish to end veteran homelessness once and for all.
The North Carolina Veteran’s Assistance Council is here to make a difference.Â While our services focus on homelessness, we understand that veterans may have a variety of unmet needs.Â The health and safety of all veterans is a main priority.Â Therefore, NCVAC would like to provide emergency information for veterans who may be suffering from depression or having thoughts of suicide.
If you or a family member need crisis assistance, please contact the Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 or send a text message to 838255 for free, confidential assistance.Â The Veterans Crisis Line is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Additionally, individuals experiencing depression or having thoughts of suicide can contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK.Â Again, the services are free and confidential.
Each of these resources provide skilled and trained crisis response workers to help with your needs.Â If you need immediate medical assistance or are having imminent thoughts of hurting yourself or others, call 9-1-1 immediately.
The headings at the top of the page divide our site into categories to make finding information quick and easy.Â To search for specific information throughout the NCVAC website, visitors can use the search box located at the top of the page.Â Just type in the keyword or phrase you are looking for and results will pop up leading you to pages that contain the information you’re looking for.Â For instance, if you are looking for assistance obtaining your prescription, type in “prescription” and you will be provided with a link to the page that lists agencies in the area that can assist you.