Mental Health

Peer helps released justice involved veteran with employment, mental health, back pay & more

After serving 20 years in prison, a Tyler area veteran who had not applied for his benefits was released. He persevered to receive his benefits and transition back into the community with the help of the Military Veteran Peer Network (MVPN).

“I got to see this veteran’s journey from before he was released from prison, to when he started corresponding with the Peer Service Coordinator (PSC), up to today when he got confirmation of his back pay,” said Erin McGann, ...

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Grieving the loss of a military loved one? Get in touch with TAPS

TAPS (Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors) offers compassionate care and resources to those grieving the loss of a military loved one. Taps offers peer support, seminars, retreats, counseling and programs for adults and youth.

TAPS also offers ways for people to get involved with and support the programs they provide.

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For those grieving the loss of a fallen service member, or if you know someone needing support, TAPS has a 24/7 National Military Survivor helpline. Visit online ...

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