11-28: VA Programs

[I consult and consider many sources in search of appropriate subject matter for this blog. Often I find material that is best left (mostly) untouched by me, e.g., today’s piece comes from the VA’s National Center for PTSD.]

Good treatments are available for PTSD …

no matter when a Veteran served or how long symptoms have been present.

[The] website, VA.gov, offers information for Veterans, their loved ones, and the providers who care for them:

To help … raise PTSD awareness throughout the year, get ideas on how to spread the word that PTSD treatment can help.

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The illustration at the blog’s top is the Combat Infantryman’s Badge. The blogger is a Vietnam Veteran, 1966-67. He is an author and past state chaplain for a major veterans organization. He welcomes comments on posts and encourages readers to subscribe to PTSDOutreach.com; two points: 1) it is free, 2) posts appear directly in your e-mail in-box.

 

 

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