By Jim Lorraine
There are approximately 200,000 veterans who leave the service each year, but these warriors rarely receive the holistic support that they need to address their unique concerns during and after the transition to civilian life.
Two key problems that contribute to this reality are: Resources available to veterans are scattered and provided by disconnected agencies at the local, regional, state, and national level; and most of these organizations do not know their customer, the veteran, and their family.
As veteran service organizations (VSOs), non-profits, government agencies, and policymakers consider the best ways to care for our nation’s warriors, it is critical that they understand these challenges faced at the community level and how they can better support veterans.
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