Hear the stories of Veterans who live with PTSD every day and find out how treatment turned their lives around.
3/30/15 | 6:00PM-7:30PM
Location: American Legion, Post 29, 3200 Lansing Avenue Jackson, MI 49202
Join us for a town hall meeting where we will share information, answer questions on VA disability compensation, pension, education, insurance, loan guaranty, vocational rehabilitation and employment, and health programs, and listen to feedback.
Expected Participants: Veterans, their families, survivors, and stakeholders
We honor Army Veteran and former VA employee Clarence Sasser, who received the Medal of Honor for continuing to aid wounded soldiers under live fire and after receiving multiple wounds himself.
Several Medal of Honor recipients shared their stories of valor at the USO-Metro's 33rd Annual Awards Dinner on March 25, National Medal of Honor Day.
The L.A. Times reported on 3/20 that Veterans and their dependents who are UC students would pay lower in-state tuition even if they otherwise were ineligible.
Understanding the effects of traumatic brain injury has become a priority for medical professionals because of the increased number of Servicemembers and Veterans with brain injuries.
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