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Military and Veteran Support: DOD and VA Programs That Address the Effects of Combat and Transition to Civilian Life
Andrew Sherrill (au)
To help meet the needs of post-9/11 servicemembers, veterans, and their families, various federal agencies administer a number of programs, many of which may experience increased demand following more than a decade of war and as the U.S. military looks toward reducing the overall size of its forces. After they leave the military, some veterans may struggle with health problems related to their service, employment, and relationships. The Departments of Defense (DOD) and Veterans Affairs (VA) play key roles in offering post-combat support to servicemembers and veterans through various programs and activities. This report identified the number of programs, including the types of services offered that: (1) address the effects of combat on post-9/11 active-duty servicemembers and their families; (2) help post-9/11 servicemembers and veterans transition to civilian life; and (3) help raise public awareness and understanding of servicemembers' and veterans' combat and transition experiences. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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