V.A. Wants Community Help With Veterans In Crisis

The startling number of military veterans that take their own lives has brought about a national campaign by the Department of Veterans Affairs.

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Patrina Lee is a Suicide Prevention Coordinator at the Chillicothe V.A. Medical Center. She says on average, 22 American veterans commit suicide each day.

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One of the programs being used to help is through their #BeThere campaign, which shows everyone how to get involved in helping our veterans know they are important and appreciated by all of us.

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Go to the website www.VeteransCrisisLine.net/BeThere for more information.

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To hear our iHeart Media Communique with Patrina Lee of Chillicothe Veterans Affairs Medical Center, go to our podcast link found below....

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