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Report shows high demand for treating vets with substance abuse and mental health problems


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WASHINGTON — Veterans are at high risk for suffering from substance abuse disorders and mental health issues at the same time, and they often struggle to find help, according to a report released Wednesday.

Rand Corp., a nonprofit think tank, released findings that show a high demand among the veteran population for treatment that concurrently targets substance abuse disorders and mental health problems. Veterans who served after the 9/11 terrorist attacks are at “particularly high risk” for having both, the report says. The most common combination is alcohol-use disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder or depression. https://www.stripes.com/news/veterans/report-shows-high-demand-for-treating-vets-with-substance-abuse-and-mental-health-problems-1.638450

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