Tag: PTSD

NEWSMAKER – Veterans service officers help vets get treatment

| May 4, 2018

While the past may refuse to let go of many of our area’s veterans, veterans service officers present them an avenue to seek treatment for PTSD and any other physical or mental ailments.

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NEWSMAKER — Cross-country veteran caravan seeks to raise awareness for PTSD service dogs

| May 2, 2018

A “trench pact” made in Vietnam 1967 is finally being fulfilled fully as a group of veterans make a trek in a covered wagon from St. Louis to the west coast. The caravan is passing through the KMZU listening area this week.

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Covered wagon passes through Carrollton on trip to raise awareness about PTSD

| April 30, 2018

The covered wagon caravan hopes to raise funds and awareness for an organization that helps pair service dogs with disabled veterans.

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Free counseling available for veterans at Trenton VFW Hall

| July 6, 2017

Counseling sessions, available to veterans and family of active military, are free and strictly confidential.

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NEWSMAKER — PTSD awareness and treatment is the key to recovery

| June 27, 2017

The purpose of PTSD Awareness Month/Day is to encourage everyone to raise public awareness of PTSD and effective treatments.

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Marshall robbery suspect found quickly with County collaboration

| October 27, 2016

The apprehension of a Marshall man for armed robbery was partly facilitated by a previous investigation by the Saline County Sheriff.

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Military couple shares personal experience coping with PTSD

| April 5, 2016

One military family speaks about the struggles they faced, as well as the help and support they received from family, friends, and the Defense Centers of Excellence

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Missing elderly Kansas City man found dead

| August 11, 2015

An elderly Kansas City resident reported missing in July was found dead Tuesday afternoon.

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Department of Mental Health Receives $7 Million Grant

| June 3, 2015

During a conference at the Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri Governor Jay Nixon announced continued efforts to expand access to mental health services in the state.

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