Mental health providers need more preparation to better care for Veterans, study suggests

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A study commissioned by the Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) and the United Health Foundation, determined that there is a preparedness gap as it relates to community-based mental health providers being able to take care of the special needs of military veterans and their families. Veterans Recovery Resources is poised to bridge the gap.

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The Time is Now

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Our country is facing a national epidemic and a local crisis.  Our military Veterans in the Mobile and Gulf Coast region need your help today. Of the roughly 22 million Veterans in the U.S., one in four has serious addiction and mental health issues.  A staggering 22 Veterans commit suicide every day.* In the Gulf Coast region, there is an even greater gap to fill.  Did you know that there are over 5 million military Veterans* in this region, yet it has even fewer Veteran-specific…

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