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Latest Coverage From September 2021

The Lawton Constitution (Lawton, OK): When New York money comes to Oklahoma

Fayetteville Observer (N.C.): Local, national resources available to Fort Bragg veterans coping with end of war in Afghanistan (Anchorage, AK): Live With Big Cabbage Radio: The Cohen Clinic at Alaska Behavioral Health

LGBTQ Community: New Bill Could Restore Veteran Benefits to 114,000 Unfairly Discharged LGBTQ Military Members

Fox 13 (Tampa, FL): Mental Health Help for Active Duty, Veterans

Physician Family Media: Cohen Veterans Network Marks Milestone for Post-9/11 Veterans, Active Duty, and Military Families

News Brig (New York, NY): Experts Share Their Thoughts on How 9/11 Transformed Their Field, Their Research, and the World

PennLive/Patriot News (Philadelphia, PA): If You Want to Support Afghan War Veterans, Here’s How

WTVR6 (Richmond, VA): Why veteran says ‘getting it out and unpacking it’ is key for mental health

LGBTQ Nation: New bill could restore veteran benefits to 114,000 unfairly discharged LGBTQ military members

Yahoo Finance: Cohen Veterans Network Marks Milestone for Post-9/11 Veterans, Active Duty, and Military Families

KFox14 (El Paso, TX): Built In the Borderland showcases facility that provides mental health to veterans

9 News (Denver, CO): How the Situation in Afghanistan can Impact Military Members Mental Health

Drive On Podcast: What Happens Behind the Therapy Door

WTSP 10 (Tampa, FL): Veterans of America’s Longest War Can Receive Free or Low-Cost Counseling in Tampa

ABC Action News (Tampa, FL): Florida Marine veteran, who confessed to killing 4 strangers in Lakeland, may have severe PTSD

The Florida Times Union (Jacksonville, FL): The mental health of the warriors who served in Afghanistan is a big concern

3 WTKR (Coastal Virginia): Hampton Roads supporting veterans in wake of Afghanistan withdrawal, 9/11

Spectrum News 1 (Austin, TX): Mental health services available for veterans who served in Afghanistan

WBAP News Talk (Dallas, TX): Dallas Mental Health Provider Braces for Increased Call Loads as COVID-19 Numbers Trend Upward