Aura Medical Corporation ran a chain of facilities where people could treat depression, bipolar disorder, and PTSD with ketamine—but these clinics were recently shut down amid controversy.
These ex-soldiers who have seen war want young people to know its true horrors to stop them signing up.
I took this job to escape loneliness, to give myself something to do, but I find myself more alone than ever.
After my house burned down, horror films gave me back my normalcy. In them I saw my tragedy depicted constantly, reverently, in all sorts of different forms.
Over 250,000 new mothers experience perinatal mental illness each year in Britain. So why did I find it so hard to get help?
Steven Corcoran says that truck drivers like him have the most dangerous jobs in the country and should be compensated appropriately.
While working for a newspaper it was my job to listen in on the parade of misery that kicked off every night.
The verdict came after a bizarre trial that was heavily covered by the national media and renewed focus on the problem of mental health among America's veterans.
VICE talks with veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan who are struggling with mental illness, addiction, and PTSD—often overprescribed narcotics and other pharmaceuticals that bring their own sets of problems.
Professor Edward Meloni has come up with a new method that uses xenon gas to help those suffering with PTSD.
Can confronting nightmares lead to real-life closure?
We spoke with war poet Frederick Foote, a neurologist who's making poetry a required course of treatment in military hospitals.
A recent effort to allow young troops to drink in North Dakota just fell flat, but there are still advocates who wonder why 18-year-olds can die for their country but can't buy a beer.
Could marijuana be the solution America's vets have been waiting for, and if so, why does the federal government continue to stand in the way?
At the Chimo Hotel in Ottawa, Christopher Phillips was arrested after fleeing Nova Scotia.
The mother of a returned British jihadist who fought for the Islamic State warns that other former jihadists in Britain are "walking time bombs" because of the lack of government support.
I spoke with one returning soldier who got his life back on track by living in the notorious Floridian party house.
In 2010, we were beaten by men who appeared to be plainclothes cops with the Chicago Police Department. When we tried to file a complaint and figure out who they were, we entered into a struggle that consumed our lives for the next three years.
I spent three months comatose and hooked up to a life support machine after being run over by a car on New Years Day 2010.
Officially, 47 Australian police officers died by suicide between 2000 and 2011. The real number is undoubtedly higher.
On July 22, 2011, right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik detonated a bomb in downtown Oslo, killing eight people. PTSD specialist Professor Lars Weisæth took survivors and their families back to the scene to heal.
As Washington equivocates on how to deal with the scandal-plagued VA, a new generation of combat veterans is struggling with the physical and emotional trauma of our longest overseas war.
As politicians in Washington wring their hands over the Veterans Affairs scandal, VICE News travels to Portland, Oregon, to see what it's all really about.
At 27, Carey McWilliams became the first totally blind person in the USA to acquire a concealed-carry permit. Despite weapons training during his ROTC years, McWilliams has faced opposition to his right to bear arms from both the media and public official…