Veterans Affairs officials expect calls to the Veterans Crisis Line to increase by as much as 150% after a new three-digit dialing code for suicide prevention services starts operating this July.

That would mean hundreds of thousands more veterans getting emergency help during mental health crises, provided department officials can keep up with the demand. (Continue reading here…)

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