Our veterans are in danger — even after returning home. “Every day, 22 veterans take their own lives. That’s a suicide every 65 minutes,” CNN reports. The troubling numbers raise important questions about is being done — and what more we can do.
The unfortunate truth is that traditional programs, such as group and/or talk therapy, may not work for everyone. Post traumatic stress disorder help, for example, does not have to be so strictly regimented. Here are some non-traditional ways vets are getting help:
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