Video: Veterans to Gain More Access to Mental Health Services
The people who make up the Military Veteran Peer Network have overcome mental illness — or at least learned to manage it — and have made it their mission to show fellow veterans a healthy way out of their mental troubles.
The Military Veteran Peer Network's roughly 1,000 veterans in Texas have overcome mental illness, or at least learned to manage it. And they have made it their mission to show fellow veterans a healthy escape from their mental illness. The 83rd Legislature recognized the value that the volunteer network provides the state’s growing veteran population.
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