How do I become a user?
Becoming a user is simple – click Register at the top of the page and fill in some basic information about yourself and create a password. You’ll automatically register to become a user of the F.R.E.E. 4 Vets Program. Once you’re registered you’ll be able to login using your email address and the password you created.

How do I view the workshops?
To view workshops, you must first register to become a user. After registering you’ll be able to login using your email address and the password that you created by clicking Log In on the top of the page. After logging in, you’ll see a list of all the workshops and you can click on each workshop to view the materials and complete questions.  

Are my answers secure?

Yes, all the answers and information that you provide are confidential and secure on the F.R.E.E. 4 Vets website. F.R.E.E. 4 Vets will never share your information or answers to questions within the workshops. These are maintained for your convenience in considering and reviewing your progress over time. The answers that you provide to survey questions, such as the registration survey, are used to understand the overall characteristics of all registered users as a group.

Who is the F.R.E.E. 4 Vets Program for?
F.R.E.E. 4 Vets was designed for veterans who are returning home from Iraq and/or Afghanistan. Typically F.R.E.E. 4 Vets is not for those veterans who have a serious mental health problem or a traumatic brain injury that requires professional help.

If I have questions about the F.R.E.E. 4 Vets program or would like to talk with someone about difficulties that I’m having upon my return from Iraq or Afghanistan, is there someone I can contact?
Feel free to email with any questions you have, and make sure to include contact information (email and/or phone) so that we can get back to you. Alternatively, contact Military OneSource 24 hours a day, 365 days a year at (800) 342-9647 to speak with a consultant or go to your nearest VA, mental health facility or physician to get the help your spouse or family member needs. If you are experiencing troubling symptoms or are afraid for you or your family’s welfare, call 911 immediately.