Veterans Still Not Receiving Treatment

According to a new study by UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, 76 percent of California veterans in need of mental health care from 2011 to 2013 either didn’t receive treatment or received inadequate care. Although the share of veterans needing mental health care is no greater than the general population; however, veterans were more likely to contemplate suicide than nonveterans. Read article here…..

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