Military Sexual Trauma (MST) - White River Junction VA Medical Center, Vermont
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White River Junction VA Medical Center, Vermont


Military Sexual Trauma (MST)

What is Military Sexual Trauma (MST)?

Military Sexual Trauma (MST) includes persistent sexual harassment (comments, gestures, cornering, inappropriate touch, suggestions or pressure for sexual favors). It also includes gender and/or sexual orientation pressure or threats, sexual assault and/or rape.  Male and female veterans may have experienced MST.  A safe environment to report military sexual trauma is maintained at the WRJ VA.  All veterans, male and female, are asked by VA medical and/or mental health providers whether they may have experienced MST. 

How to access services

The Military Sexual Trauma (MST) Coordinator may be contacted directly at
802-295-9363 or 1-866-687-8387 ext. 5766. 

You may also receive services by going to the Primary Mental Health Clinic (PMHC), our walk-in clinic located in Primary Care.  Hours:  Monday-Friday 8:00AM-4:00PM.  The phone number for the PMHC is 802-295-9363 or 1-866-687-8387 ext. 6132.