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Mental Health Treatment for Military Members

craig bryanWith a $3.1 million grant from the Boeing Company, the National Center for Veteran Studies — in collaboration with the National Ability Center in Park City — will be able to accept 200 military service members or veterans and their family members into its R&R program over the next three years. “We plan to focus this work in Colorado, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah, which have the highest number of veteran suicides based on population,” said Craig J. Bryan, the center’s executive director and a clinical psychologist and associate professor of psychology. 

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Last Updated: 5/17/18