While there are many issues veterans face, one unaddressed dilemma many confront is maintaining relationships with family and friends. Military life challenges these relationships, but they are even more susceptible to collapse when a veteran is adjusting from transition to civilian life. Most civilians do not understand the problems veterans face, or how their relationships can be impacted by their service. Some factors that interfere with healthy relationships can include: stress, posttraumatic stress, health concerns, depression, anxiety, irritability, insomnia, feeling out of place or …
Veterans have many resources at their disposal. Whether you are in beginning civilian career, considering higher education, or are dealing with the lingering effects of events in service, there are resources available to you.
Caregivers play a significant role in strengthening the health and wellness of disabled veterans. It can be a very difficult job. Fortunately, there are a substantial number of resources available for those who find themselves in the position of caregiver.
The federal government offers assistance through The Forever GI Bill, also known as the Harry W. Colmery Veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2017. This revised version of the GI Bill aims to develop and strengthen education benefits for veterans, current servicemembers, families, and survivors.