Improving Veteran Access to Care

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Twenty-two veterans are committing suicide per day.

 

This past week, I was blessed with the opportunity to help an organization whose goal is to help veterans who are suffering with PTSD and to also address the opioid epidemic and the adverse impact on veterans.

Access in and of itself is a key quality measure. And improving access to appropriate care for veterans must be a priority.

We have much to do to be of service to our veterans. To honor and help them the right way.

Together we will (we must).

 

God bless our veterans and their families.

God bless all those who are positively impacting the health and wellbeing of veterans and their families.

 

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