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New VA Clinics

2012? Are you kidding? That is 4 years from now. These soldiers are in need of mental and physical help now especially mental wounds from war. To come home to the Wilmington area without Mental Health Specialists in PTSD and other readjustment issues from war is negligent at best. We are setting up Readjustment Counseling Centers(Vet Centers) in less then a year after authorization with 4 person special readjustment and outreach teams for the Iraq and Afganistan vets. If authorized we could set one up in Wilmington within a year and at least have mental health and outreach to war zone vets in the county while you are moving through Government molassass taking 4 years. Improvise, think outside the box for the benifit of cutting down suicide, dui's, substance abuse, incarcerations, homelessness, divorce, job problems, financial problems and all the other stuff that war does to us. Whats the problem. The money spent in a week in these questionable wars could set up a bunch of clinics for a long time and hire experienced therapists. There are a lot of mental health therapists other then social workers and psychologists and psychiatrists who have graduate degrees and experience and may be war vets that can help get this show on the road. Lets do it. You keep messing around with these long set up times and you wont have many veterans to rally to the country for more soldiers to fight because of not being adaquately cared for close to where there communities are. Get It Done! Tim Zerr


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