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Veteran Suicide Prevention: By the Numbers

By National Veterans Foundation / January 7, 2016

Although the process that was used to come up with the 22 suicides per day number has been challenged, the…

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Oh Captain, My Captain…

By Shad Meshad / December 8, 2015

Our guest blogger, Bob Fraser, served as a sergeant under Shad Meshad with the 98th KO (psychiatric team) in I…

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National Veterans Foundation Partners with Allison Booth-Babcock to Raise Support

By National Veterans Foundation / October 5, 2015

CONTACT:  Bill Morgan National Veterans Foundation PHONE: 888-777-4443 bill@nvf.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:   National Veterans Foundation Partners with Allison Booth-Babcock…

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Advancing Treatment for PTSD and TBI

By Shad Meshad / September 10, 2015

Being a veteran advocate is my full-time job. It’s the kind of job that you take with you on vacation,…

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Long-term Effects: The tragedy of veteran suicide in the United States

By National Veterans Foundation / August 25, 2015

The veteran suicide problem is tragic. It effects families, friends, and communities. There is an oft-quoted article by CNN that…

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Counseling and Mental Health Care before Deployment Could Ease Vets’ Return

By Shad Meshad / January 28, 2015

Vietnam veterans showed us the breadth, depth and long-term ramifications of non-physical injuries—Post Traumatic Stress.  The wars in Iraq and…

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Raise Your Hand If You Think Veterans Deserve First Class Medical Care

By Shad Meshad / July 3, 2014

Everybody’s in, right?  So what’s first class medical care?  Maybe Bill Gates’s plan?   The President’s? Donald Trump’s? One of those…

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