Mental health resources for vets + techs

You are not alone. No matter what your struggle is, find help here.

Organizations, websites, audio and video to help:

NOT ONE MORE VET

An organization comitted to ending the suicide epidemic in the veterinary profession.

contact a NOMV moderator

get fast community support

visit the NOMV website

VetGirl suicide AWARENESS

VetGirl’s 2014 webinar ‘Suicide awareness in veterinary medicine: Should we be alarmed?’ aims to empower vets to save our colleagues…and ourselves.

watch the webinar

COMPASSION FIRST PODCAST

Compassion-First Pet Hospitals now offers a podcast series promoting awareness and education about common mental health challenges in the veterinary industry.

Dr. Elizabeth Lund facilitates this podcast, which covers topics including suicide awareness and prevention, compassion fatigue, grief, and bereavement. The podcast informs listeners and also offers solutions for struggling veterinarians.

listen to the podcast

CVMA WEBINARS

Merck Animal Health and the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association are leading the way to start open and honest conversations about mental health in the veterinary community, help breakdown stigma, and create a community where members look out for and help one another.

check out the webinars

SUICIDE PREVENTION TRAINING

Because of the importance of mental wellbeing in the veterinary profession, the AVMA family is providing detailed suicide prevention training to a limited number of veterinarians and veterinary students. You will learn to recognize the signs that someone may be considering suicide, establish a dialogue, and guide the person to seek professional help.

learn more and sign up

NIH suicide prevention

The National Institute of Health has a comprehensive suicide prevention page that explains how to identify a crisis and helps you determine next steps. It includes an extensive list of helpful videos, free ebooks, brochures, and hotlines.

see all NIH resources

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VETERINARY FINANCIAL SUMMIT

Veterinary Financial Summit is a financial community founded by Relief Rover members Meredith Jones, DVM and Phil Zeltzman, DVM, DACVS. In this safe, non-judgmental space, they discuss topics ranging from personal finance to practice ownership to side hustles. They often have conversations with experts in finance and practice management experts. In their viral Facebook group, Debt-Free Vets, over 6,000 vets and vet students are pursuing financial freedom.

visit the VFS website

RICHER LIFE DVM

Richer Life DVM is a blog that aims to start the “money talk” in veterinary medicine. The list of financial obligations can be overwhelming: paying off student debt, budgeting, saving for retirement, dealing with childcare costs if you have children, making sure you are properly insured, etc. Improving your financial wellbeing should be a priority in order to ensure a long and happy career. Use the blog as a resource and get inspired to take charge of your financial life.

visit the RLD website

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