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COLORADO SPRINGS — The state of Colorado is now leading an effort to prevent military and veteran suicide after state lawmakers passed a bill this session. SB-129 will create a veteran suicide prevention pilot program. The state department of human services will provide state funds to counties, so in turn, they can provide no-cost behavioral health treatment for up to 700 veterans and their families. Continue reading here…

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