6,500 Former Military Personnel Killed Themselves in 2012.
In 2013, Department of Veterans Affairs released a study that covered suicides from 1999 to 2010, which showed that roughly 22 were committing suicide per day, or one every 65 minutes. Some sources suggest that this rate may be undercounting suicides. A recent analysis found an suicide rate among veterans of about 30 per 100,000 population per year, compared with the civilian rate of 14 per 100,000. However, the comparison was not adjusted for age and sex.
The total number of suicides differs by age group; 31% of these suicides were by veterans 49 and younger while 69% were by veterans aged 50 and older. As with suicides in general, suicide of veterans is primarily male, with about 97 percent of the suicides being male in the states that reported gender. READ MORE . .
After doing some military time in hostile environments wondering if the next step was going to be my last I rejoined society. What I didn’t realize was I had a long road ahead of me in civilian life and would have to make many adjustments while facing many Challenges.
There are many Veterans Benefits and Medical Care Veterans need. Imagine going off to fight for your country in the name of freedom putting your life on the line everyday, not understanding the politics, and coming back to a very ungrateful, hateful, condemning country. Then to top it off you can’t get the medical care you need, or even worse, no medical care at all.
It doesn’t matter at this point why we were in Vietnam or any other wars or conflicts. It doesn’t change the fact that there are many Veterans that are not being treated for PTSD and many other military related sicknesses and something needs to be done to help these Veterans.
Bartol Research is a Veteran Owned and Operated Business. We support our troops anyway we can. The best way is to pass on good information to veterans to help them to recover from many tramatic situations. The information below is valuable information that veterans can use to help them recover and become useful citizens in our society. You are not alone. No matter how far down the scale you have gone, or how you have been treated you can recover. Thank you for your service my brothers! I hope this information helps you and your comrades in arms that have fought for this great country. Let us stick together and remember WE LOVE YOU.
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Behavioral Health Facility Locations Behavioral Health Facility Parent Facility 620 Erie Blvd West Syracuse, NY 13204 Phone: 315-425-4400
Office of Construction & Facilities Management Locations Office of Construction & Facilities Management 425 I Street NW Washington, DC 20001
Or 888-533-4558 Fax: 314-679-3615 Map The VA Records Management Center (RMC) is a Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) facility located in St.
Greenville, SC Vet Center Locations Greenville, SC Vet Center Key Staff 3 Caledon Court, Suite B Greenville, SC 29615 Phone: 864-271-2711 Fax:
Atlanta VA Clinic Locations Atlanta VA Clinic View the Web Site Parent Facility 250 N. Arcadia Avenue Decatur, GA 30030 Phone: 404-329-
Austin Vet Center Locations Austin Vet Center Key Staff 2015 S. I.H. 35, Southcliff Bldg., Suite 101 Austin, TX 78741 Phone: 512-416-1314 Fax:
Special Assistant to the Secretary for Veterans Service Organizations Liaison Locations Special Assistant to the Secretary for Veterans Service
Center for Minority Veterans Locations Center for Minority Veterans 810 Vermont Ave. NW Washington, DC 20420
Office of Small & Disadvantaged Business Utilization Locations Office of Small & Disadvantaged Business Utilization 810 Vermont Ave. NW Washington,
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