Top 5 Veterans News: Jan. 28, 2018

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  1. Recent moves seek to make it easier for veterans to get help. Veterans advocates are hailing a series of recent moves geared toward making it easier for former service members to access government programs designed to help them.

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  2. Indiana announces effort to connect veterans with jobs. Indiana’s governor Friday announced an initiative to get jobs for Hoosier veterans. The Next Level Veterans initiative “brings together public and private organizations to recruit…
  3. Military veterans and dogs help each other in training program. Emotions. They get the best of people and their four-legged friends. The Circle of Change program gives military veterans an outlet from symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
  4. How a hockey club is taking on the suicide rate among military veterans. On a Saturday evening in the Boston suburb of Bedford, Mass., a small crowd is gathered to watch the New England Eagles Veterans Hockey Club take on the MA Hockey League Saints.
  5. Former VA employee indicted for allegedly selling Veterans’ information. A former Department of Veterans Affairs employee in Arkansas has been indicted for selling Veteran’s personal information.

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  1. Reference the first story: A lot depends on where the vet is attempting to find help…. his geographic location – and the culture of the VA staff where the attempt is being made. Same as always as nearly as anyone with an unbiased attitude can readily testify.

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