Support Services Offered to Veterans

A Department of Veterans Affairs study says suicide was taking 20 veterans a day back in 2014. Those numbers are still tragically high.

U.S. Army Major Jeremy Haynes said that veterans who think they have psychological issues from combat cannot let themselves be afraid to seek help.

"Reaching out is a sign of strength that benefits not only the service member but their family, their unit, their branch, as well as the community," said Haynes. 

He recommended veterans in need of mental or physical assistance contact their local Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

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