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In Carol Nitzschke-Henrich, Iowa’s Veterans have found not only a dedicated instructor but a true friend and advocate. Her tireless efforts and unwavering commitment serve as a powerful reminder of the profound impact one person can have in the lives of others.
Members of our armed services face an increased risk of mental health conditions like PTSD, depression, and substance use disorder. Stressors like the transition into civilian life can lead to worsening symptoms and present barriers to accessing health care. Here’s how to navigate your options.
As a Veteran, returning to “normal” life after serving can be an adjustment. There are a few ways that you, as a loved one, can specifically be there for them throughout the transition.
As a veteran, it is crucial to make sure you’re caring for yourself mentally and physically in all aspects of life, not only while you’re on active duty, but also once you’re done serving.
Learn how different types of Medicare plans work with the Veterans Administration (VA) insurance and find other vital information for veterans who are on Medicare.