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As a veteran, transitioning from military to civilian life can be challenging, and it’s not uncommon to experience physical, emotional, and mental health issues as a result of your service. However, seeking help and support is a sign of strength, and there are many resources available to assist you in managing these challenges. In this list, we have compiled counseling resources that cater to various groups of veterans, including those who have recently been discharged, combat veterans, disabled veterans, female veterans, LGBTQ+ veterans, veterans with substance abuse issues, homeless veterans, veterans with mental health issues, older veterans, and veterans living in rural areas. These resources can help you cope with the unique challenges you may be facing and improve your overall well-being.
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