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Homeless Veterans Numbers Down by Half

The good news is that the number of homeless veterans in America is down significantly since 2010. According to HUD and the VA the number is 47% overall and some states are even better...

Aid for Older American Veterans with TBI

Studies on American veterans with TBI - traumatic brain injury - reveal that they may be at greater risk for developing dementia later in life. One such study published in July 2014 issue of...

American Veterans Benefits and Incarceration

Some 700 000 American Veterans are incarcerated in jails or prisons.  Many of them are there because of PTSD and substance abuse.  When a vet is found guilty of a crime and sentenced to...

American Veterans Benefits Bill Preserves Housing Preference

  A compromise version of an American Veterans Benefits Bill passed by both branches of the state Legislature recently, ensured that the boards of trustees for soldiers' homes in Holyoke and Chelsea, Massachusetts, would remain...

American Veterans and Sleep

One of the complaints often heard from American Veterans is that they suffer from sleep disturbances. Hundreds of thousands of vets struggle regularly with insomnia, both falling and staying asleep, as well as nightmares. The...

American Veteran Suicides – the True Cost of War

  According to new data released by the Department of Veterans Affairs the number of veteran suicides is 20 a day - not the much-quoted 22 a day. It is good to have correct data...

American Veterans Make Good Entrepreneurs

Starting your own business is no easy task.  It takes guts, determination, hard work and perseverance.  All skills you will find in someone who has served in the military. So it is puzzling that...

Guide to American Veterans Aid for Seniors

    There are 22 million veterans in America who are eligible for aid and care. Almost 10 million of them are over the age of 65. (census.gov) and may quality for the American Veterans Senior...

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