08 Apr '15, 3pm

Report: Struggling vets face plenty of resources but poor coordination of those offerings Study from

Report: Struggling vets face plenty of resources but poor coordination of those offerings Study from

Driving Community Impact (Photo: Syracuse University) CONNECT 48 TWEET 12 LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE Veterans struggling to adapt to post-military life face a bounty of support resources, but poor coordination of those efforts potentially leaves them confused and without help, according to a new study released Wednesday. Researchers from the Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University said many of the financial, medical and social problems faced by veterans in America can be traced not to a lack of assistance programs but instead to "a lack of collaboration, coordination, and collective purpose" between myriad government and community offerings. "Notwithstanding the combined goodwill and determination across all sectors of our economy, collective efforts remain largely fragmented in addressing veteran and military family challenges," the report sta...

Full article: http://www.militarytimes.com/story/veterans/2015/04/08/iv...

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