Welcome to the Cohen Clinic at Penn

Cohen Military Family Mental Health Clinic

COVID-19 Update:

Our Clinic is working remotely and following all CDC and Penn Medicine guidance during this time. We expect to continue remote work and telehealth sessions for the next several weeks and will update this site regularly as new guidance emerges. 

We are still serving clients and are here to support Veterans, their families, and the wellness of the Veteran and military communities. We are using telehealth to keep everyone safe and healthy.

  • Current clients: If you are new to telehealth, we will be in touch with you to help you get set up.
  • New clients: We are accepting new clients. Please reach out if you need support — do not delay getting the care you deserve!

Check this site or our Facebook and Twitter accounts for updates.

The Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at the University of Pennsylvania provides no cost, high-quality, integrated mental health care for veterans and military family members in an independent, private outpatient setting.

Our mission is to improve the quality of life for military families and veterans, including those from the National Guard and Reserves, regardless of role or discharge status.

We are completely private.  As part of the Cohen Veterans Network, we do not receive any funding from the VA or other federal entities.

Our services include personalized, evidence-based behavioral health care. Mental health service is available at no cost and with no long waits for veterans and their family members. We offer early morning and evening hours as well as transportation assistance and telehealth options in order to help military families access the care they deserve.

Our team will ensure that confidential information will not be shared with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs or other public, private, or government entities, unless required by law.

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