WELCOME TO www.DIVAhealth.org/FemaleVets/Survey/

IF YOU SERVED IN THE WAR IN IRAQ OR AFGANISTAN YOU ARE INVITED TO TAKE A SURVEY

If you answered Yes to this question, then consider participating in an on-line Internet study
Why? Because we want to learn about stress and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in women who are veterans of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) and Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF).
How? We need study participants to complete an on-line survey. The whole activity should take about 25-45 minutes of your time, depending upon you.
What can you win? The first 200 people to complete the survey will be entered into a random drawing where there is a 3 in 200 chance of winning a bar coded gift certificate ($200, $100, $50) for Amazon.com.
If you know other women veterans, please text message or e-mail them:

Spread the word! Go to www.DIVAhealth.org/FemaleVets/Survey/ and take the Female Veterans Survey.
THANK YOU!!!

We have included a list of resources for female veterans that may assist you; after you take the survey, please follow the link to Resources for Female Veterans.

TO TAKE THE SURVEY, please click on the link below, as it will take you to the informed consent, description of research, your rights as a study participant, and the actual survey: Female Veterans Survey

Thank you for your participation!

Michelle Rivet, Doctoral Candidate;
Pre-Doctoral Fellow,
Research Group on Disparities in Health and Global HELP Health and Education Leadership Program,
Department of Health and Behavior Studies,
Teachers College Columbia University,
Box 114, 525 W120th Street,
New York, New York

Barbara C. Wallace, Ph.D.,
Director, Research Group on Disparities in Health and Global HELP Health and Education Leadership Program, Department of Health and Behavior Studies,
Teachers College Columbia University,
Box 114, 525 W120th Street,
New York, New York

Study Contact Number: 267-269-7411; Bcw3@columbia.edu

 

RESOURCES FOR FEMALE VETERANS


Links

Consider Exploring the Following Resources for Female Veterans:

http://www.ptsd.va.gov/public/where-to-get-help.asp for Where to Get Help for PTSD, and for accessing links to locate a VA and other mental health services in one’s area; or 2) call the Veterans Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (Veterans Press 1) [see more information at the website, http://www.suicidepreventionlifeline.org/Veterans/]

http://ptsdcombat.blogspot.com/

http://iava.org/

http://www.womenvetsptsd.va.gov/

http://www.nynj.va.gov/womenvets.asp

http://www.nynj.va.gov/oefoif.asp

http://www1.va.gov/health/

http://www.oefoif.va.gov/WhatCanVADoForMe.asp

http://www1.va.gov/WOMENVET/

http://www.vetwow.com/

http://www.ladyvets.org/

http://www.womenveteransnetwork.org/

http://www.nchv.org/women.cfm

http://www.servicewomen.org/

http://www.nynj.va.gov/sextr.asp

Homeless Veteran Treatment Programs: 1-888-725-3000


Please click on this link to particpate in the Female Veterans Survey