The National Center for PTSD will launch National PTSD Screening Day on Monday, June 27, 2022 to encourage Veterans and others who experienced trauma to start the conversation about recovery.

“The message we want to share about PTSD is one of hope,” says Dr. Paula Schnurr, executive director of the National Center for PTSD. “PTSD is treatable and it’s a normal response to trauma, not a sign of weakness. If you have PTSD, you can get help. Taking a PTSD self-screen is a step toward recovery.”

A PTSD screen, or screening questionnaire, is a short set of questions that helps you understand if your feelings and behaviors are related to PTSD.

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