veterans benefits

Vet Centers Provide Reintegration Support for Warriors

Serving our nation in conflict environments in Iraq, Afghanistan or elsewhere around the globe can be challenging for even the most prepared individuals. In fact, it is common for Veterans to experience concerns related to readjustment issues after returning home and while reintegrating into civilian life. That’s why the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides support for combat Veterans and their families at community-based counseling facilities called Vet Centers .

Accessing Benefits for PTSD is Easier Than Ever

Reaching out for help is a sign of strength, and now it’s easier than ever before. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) recently announced that it is providing an easier process for veterans of all conflicts seeking health care and disability compensation for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Five Resources for Returning to School

Many people who leave the military decide to take advantage of the GI Bill and other education benefits in their post-military careers by enrolling in a higher education degree or certificate program. It can sometimes be challenging to return to the civilian community after deployment, and adjusting to academic life can be stressful for all students, including veterans.

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