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Your Service Member Has PTSD

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Up to 20% of service members returning to the United States from combat will experience symptoms of PTSD. 100% return to someone they love. How can you help them through?

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Far from home, little comforts carry a big impact.

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Some men and women returning from service struggle with mental health issues so severe they act out and end up in prison. These prisoners want to be able to contribute to their community in spite of being imprisoned. The TAILS program (Teaching Animals and Inmates), which pairs together inmates and hard-to-adopt dogs, is a program that allows them to do so.

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