Thank you for your willingness to give an hour a week of your time to provide critical mental health services those who serve and their loved ones.
We want to help you heal if you, or a loved one, needs assistance dealing with the effects of post-9/11 wartime service.
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by Barbara Van Dahlen, Ph.D.
Veterans Day is a national holiday that we celebrate on Nov. 11. As is the case every year, there will be local events and parades in communities across the country to recognize the sacrifice and service of our veterans. In addition, this year there will be an impressive star-studded concert on the National Mall here in Washington, D.C. I am very proud that our organization, Give an Hour, is being recognized as an "outstanding organization supporting veterans and military families" by the producers of the Concert for Valor. I am also troubled by the fact that as a nation we continue to struggle with how best to recognize, engage, and support those who serve and their families.
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