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Monarch experts discuss veterans access to mental health care on PBS

An overwhelming number of our veterans return from active duty facing severe mental health challenges. As salutea result, approximately 22 veterans commit suicide each day.

Monarch Psychiatrist Dr. Sharyn Comeau, who worked with and treated military personnel, and Monarch ACTT Substance Abuse Counselor and U.S. Army Veteran Jeff Neill, who shares his struggle with PTSD and uses his inspiring story of recovery to help others, shared insight with WTVI-PBS about the importance of accessibility to mental health services for our veterans.

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