Center for veterans services opens



Too often, active-duty service members leave the military and arrive home without any support network, advocates say.

Hundreds of local organizations try to fill in that gap in Houston, home to the second largest population of veterans in the country. Even so, according to service providers, veterans still often have trouble connecting with service organizations or groups while acclimating to civilian life.

On Thursday, local veterans, city officials, and civilians joined together in east Houston to celebrate the grand opening of Combined Arms at 2929 McKinney St.

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