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It looks like I may be headed to residentail care soon?


Good morning everyone.

Over the past week or two I have been doing phone interviews for out of state residential long term care for PTSD-MST.  Yesterday I was called on told I was excepted and they had a sport for me as early as next week.  They admissions coordinator asked me how I would be able to get the the treatment center in Roseburg Oregon which is about six hours of non stop driving one way.  I am a 51/50 high risk patient and am not allowed to drive sent when I was released from BH-ICU lock down from the 4th thru the 11th, the doctor told me that transportation will be ultimately be figured out for me by the VA due to my sever panic, anxiety, SI and inability to drive.  Yesterday morning I told the residential treatment admissions coordinator, what my treating physician had said about travel and he said he would call him.   I did not hear back one way of the other.


This morning, I was looking over the appointment calendar on E-benefits and noticed a new appointment that I did not schedule located in Roseburg Oregon on the 26th..    I don't know if they plan to call me on the 26th of April or if my planned admission is on that date?

My thoughts are to give Roseburg and or Mather VA Hospitals, a call this morning and if they do not answer, I might try the VA transportation department at Mather Ca.?

Anyone have  experience or thoughts on this ?


Thanks in advance


Mark Nicholson

VA Northern California Health Care System

10535 Hospital Way Mather, CA 95655
800-382-8387 | 916-843-7000

- See more at: http://www.va.gov/HEALTHBENEFITS/vtp/map.asp#California






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Thank you all for your support as I go thru this tough time.  Am I grateful to have such good people looking out for my anxiety level.





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mkah -

you are not alone. remember to take it one day at a time, if need be one hour at a time.

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