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Of Veterans return with PTSD anxiety depression somatic problems and Traumatic Brain Injury TBI directly affecting relations among spouses children friends relatives and fellow employees in our communities Particularly disturbing is the number of suicides occurring among military personnel Most affected is the returning veteran Adjusting to changed lives and re adjusting to families and community is not always smooth How can communities better understand these adjustments support returning veterans and become involved in re integrating them back into communities What resources are available What is the role of mental health professionals Who do they network and interact with Do they have a role with other healthcare providers public health hospitals veterans organizations veterans administration military support groups etc How can these groups strategically plan how to address and respond to needs in a combined effort What issues need to be addressed Novemberthe Rocky Mountain Region Disaster Mental Health Institute held their Annual Disaster Mental Health Conference in Laramie Wyoming The Conference theme was Return to Euili.


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