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Military Veteran’s Community Resource Guide Compiled to Help Improve the Health of This Unique Population

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Military Veteran’s Community Resource Guide Compiled to Help Improve the Health of This Unique Population

Two years in the making, a resource list compiled with the help of the Veteran and Military Healthcare Area of Excellence

Author Dana Brandorff | Publish Date September 17, 2020

AURORA, Colo. (Sept. 17, 2020) – Knowing where to turn for help is challenging for anyone. For military veterans it can be even more difficult than for the general public. A new resource guide compiled with the help of the Veteran and Military Healthcare Area of Excellence at the University of Colorado College of Nursing will help. “So frequently we think of ourselves as family and that we should turn inward and rely on ourselves or the VA for assistance. There are additional community resources and organizations that are not associated with the veteran’s administration, which can be of assistance. We wanted to share and make that information easily available for our fellow veterans and active duty military members,” said CU Nursing Associate Professor Lori Trego, PhD, CNM, FAAN and retired Army Colonel.

See full press release: Military Veterans Community Resource Press Release: 091720

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