Each year about 200,000 service members separate or retire from the military, many without clear employment plans for the future.
Among key issues veterans face include navigating VA healthcare and benefits, acquiring and maintaining employment, adjusting back into civilian culture, and the myriad financial struggles that can stem from each.
Adding to that navigational difficulty is the fact that there are currently more than 45,000 nonprofits in the U.S. providing veteran services that range from housing and mental health to food security, according to a 2015 report from the nonprofit GuideStar. Continue reading here…
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