‘Life changing’: How one center is helping veterans, families readjust after combat
NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez interviews a group of combat veterans who served in Iraq, Afghanistan and Vietnam and the parents of Army Spc. Jarrod Lallier, who was killed in Afghanistan, about the help and support they’ve gotten from the VA’s Vet Center in Spokane, Washington. They describe how the VA Vet Center program’s readjustment counseling services have helped them deal with the many effects of combat experiences on their civilian lives.
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