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American Addiction Centers

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Many veterans know that just because you’re off the battlefield doesn’t mean the battle is over. While the pressures of combat may end when you return home, new pressures can set in. Lingering trauma, high expectations, and a feeling that others don’t understand your experiences can haunt military veterans returning to civilian life. It can be easy to slip into unhealthy coping mechanisms, such as alcohol abuse.But hope for veterans does exist. If you or a loved one is a military veteran struggling with substance abuse, know that there is help out there. There are several programs that offer substance abuse treatment for military veterans. Learn more via the URL shown in the “Website Address” box above…

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