As the COVID-19 (coronavirus) continues its increasing death toll our numbers of suicides related to our military also continues its march forward.
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Content warning: the following article features an open and frank discussion about suicide. If you or someone you love is struggling with thoughts of self-harm
The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has the potential to increase stress and anxiety, both because of the fear of catching the virus and because of uncertainty
An excerpt from the annual Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America member survey released on March 4, 2020. More than two-thirds of individuals who participated
Chronic environmental stressors, not combat exposure, biggest predictor of PTSD in Korean Vietnam veterans
In the Vietnam War, the second-largest contingent of soldiers fighting North Vietnam came from Korea. Now, 45 years later, roughly 40% of Korean Vietnam veterans
On Tonight’s Five on 5, we are joined by Portland Lines for Life Executive Director Dwight Holton discussing how the organization does to prevent substance
Grants Pass Vet Center moved into a new 2-building headquarters on Steiger St, which is an upgrade from their previous location on 10th St.
Did you know that the Charitable Checkoff program lets you designate all or part of your Oregon refund to support veterans?
Two new public service announcements show choices like picking up the phone may lighten someone’s load and the unique role of the National Guard and
NORTH BEND — For the third time in recent months, Suicide Prevention Training came to The Mill Casino-Hotel but with a new focus on helping
Therapy dog joins staff at Crook County Veteran Services to help those dealing with traumatic events during time in military.
The Central Oregon Veterans Ranch offers veterans like Johnathan Courtney a place to connect with others and heal in a comfortable and therapeutic environment. “I