Skip to Main Content

You are here:

 
veterans study

Give Back to NCVS

military jackets and flag

We believe in research, education, outreach, and advocacy for improving the lives of veterans, and better positioning these skilled, experienced and well-trained veterans for continued service that further advances American values, prosperity, and security. Please help us continue to support veterans and the National Center for Veterans Studies and make a donation today.
Donate Now

Highlighted Project

R&R Program

NCVS teams up with the National Ability Center to offer a 2 week program free of charge for military personnel with PTSD and their families to stay in Park City, receive empirically based treatment, and enjoy the natural wonders Utah has to offer. For inquiries, please email NCVS@utah.edu or call 801-587-7978.

 

Extended Free Training

Free Brief Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Suicide Risk training in Salt Lake City

Dr. Craig Bryan will teach a free training for mental health providers on BCBT for suicide risk in Salt Lake City on June 23-24, 2016.

Read more>

Learn More About All of Our Projects

In The News

Feb. 13, 2015: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Military Suicide Prevention

NCVS Director Craig Bryan's latest research evaluates the effectiveness of brief cognitive-behavioral therapy for the prevention of suicide attempts in military personnel.

read more

Featured Video

 

FAQ's with Dr. Bryan

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Military Suicide Prevention

NCVS Director Dr. Craig Bryan's latest treatment results show a 60% decrease in military suicide attempts.

Last Updated: 12/8/16