The US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has four medical centers, four health care centers, and numerous outpatient clinics in NC. VA facilities provide evidence-based physical health and behavioral health care. A list of the facilities is here, with specific information on each facility when you tap on the specific one.
Nine Vet Centers, which utilize a community-based mental health outpatient model, are scattered throughout the State. The Centers provide free services to Veterans, Active Duty service members, or family members who can meet one of three criteria:  is a combat Veteran or Active Duty; has experienced military sexual trauma; or is in bereavement.

North Carolina is divided into seven regions, each with its own Local Management Entity or Management Care Organization (LME/MCOs). Each LME-MCO has a Veteran Point of Contact (VPoC) who can assist Veterans and family members.  Contact information for VPoCs follows:

 

The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at Cape Fear Valley in Fayetteville offers timely low or no cost behavioral healthcare services and case management to active duty service members, Veterans, and their families regardless of discharge status, role while in uniform, or combat experience.