Frequently Asked:

No. Well-founded or not, there is a documented belief among service members that seeking behavioral health therapy or treatment could adversely affect their military careers or reputation. As a result, the General Accounting Office estimates that only 40 percent of veterans entitled to PTSD services through the VA ever pursue treatment.

The At Ease program, disconnected from the official “military,” is positioned to overcome the strong stigma which exists among military service members against receiving treatment from official sources – both because getting help is considered “unmilitary,” even cowardly, and because mental health disorders themselves can be very difficult to face. This stigma is a primary obstacle to accessing treatment, and with the program’s commitment to confidentiality and its independent status, At Ease circumvents it. At Ease can also help facilitate connections with those who seek VA services.

At Ease serves loved ones, as well as service members. At Ease recognizes that the country’s current state of military affairs, with multiple long-term deployments, stop-loss orders and the subsequent fears and hardships they create, are taxing on loved ones. At Ease provides confidential treatment to a broad scope of these loved ones, while the traditional resources offer only limited programming to individuals who do not fall within the immediate family unit. At Ease recognizes the need for suitable treatment options for our military members’ entire network of support, and serves any individual impacted by having a loved one in the military.

At Ease serves military members regardless of their service status. This includes individuals who have been dishonorably discharged. While these veterans may have made choices that ended their military careers, many of them are facing the same trauma issues as other veterans. At Ease provides confidential treatment to these veterans, many of whom may have been discharged, instead of treated, due to actions symptomatic of PTSD.


Bellevue University Veterans Affairs

Educational Assistance

2108 Harvel Circle
Bellevue, NE 68005

Employment Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR)

Employment Rights & Support

2000 North 33rd Street
Lincoln, NE 68508

Victory Housing


825 Dorcas St
Omaha, NE 68108


Service Dogs

9927 Broadmoor Rd.
Omaha, NE 68114

Moving Vets Forward

Housing Assistance / Home Furnishing

731 N. Frontier Dr.
Papillion, NE 68046

Wounded Warriors Family Support

Respite, Retreats, Mobility Assistance & Training

11218 John Galt Blvd #103
Omaha, NE 68137

Brain Injury Alliance of Nebraska

Brain Injury Advocacy & Support

PO Box 22147
Lincoln, NE 68542

Women’s Center for Advancement

Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Support

3801 Harney Street
Omaha, NE 68131

Community Action Partnership

Various Programs for Nebraskans with Low Income

210 O Street, Suite 100
Lincoln, NE 68508

National Center for PTSD

Education & Resources

Kane’s Financial Services

Steve Kane

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