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131: Ozzy Ramirez – Army Veteran, Actor cc:
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Veterans Experience Jan 22
suicide prevention is a national issue, we can all help address. is working to end suicide among Veterans. Here's a video explaining how we are leveraging a public health approach to prevent Veteran suicide.
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VAReno 17h
In some cases suicide prevention can start before suicide is ever a thought. Your actions when you know a battle buddy is having a bad day, lonely, or going through a life struggle could be more than just a gesture of kindness.
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Milwaukee VA 23h
Talking suicide prevention and how the local creative arts festival will help those with PTSD and more with the Morning Blend on :
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VA Boston HC Jan 22
Preventing Veteran suicide remains a top priority for the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and for VA Boston Healthcare System. Please reach out to our public affairs team at 857-321-3047 to discuss our suicide prevention programs at
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Charles George VAMC 5h
Watch to learn how simple actions can help Veterans, Service members and their families stay safe. The Veterans Crisis Line is a free, confidential resource that serves Veterans, Service members and their families...
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Veterans treatment courts offer outreach, counseling to Veterans via
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Augusta Veterans Curation Program
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Program lets Veterans get their own homes in partnership with Cal­if­ornia Department of Vet­er­ans Affairs via
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Written with Robert Hoskinson at Operation Song’s 2018 VA National Veterans Retreat. Currently three years sober, he hopes his story can help others overcome similar challenges. FULL SONG: MORE INFO:
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Yoga and Veterans: A Different Kind of Warrior via
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Health care: VA hospitals, clinics in eastern Kansas provide array of services via
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Strangers pay respect at Vietnam Veteran's funeral in South Jersey via
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Stand Down event honors Sgt. William R. Breese, assists Veterans via
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Healing with Hunter: Program aims to help Veterans through equine therapy via
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Volunteers collect thousands of wreaths from Veterans' graves via
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Hillsborough County invites Veterans to explore careers in agriculture via
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Today’s is Army Veteran Chris Lambert. Chris served in the Army for eight years then spent five years as a police officer.
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Berkeley College Ranked for Sixth Consecutive Year on U.S. News & World Report List of Best Online Bachelor Programs for Veterans via
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Clinic gives Veterans a voice at Texarkana town hall via
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