Veterans With PTSD Push VA For Access To Service Dogs
When a former service member needs a service dog to help with a visual, hearing or mobility issue, the Department of Veterans Affairs helps pay for it. But that’s not the case for veterans who use service dogs to help them cope with post-traumatic stress disorder.
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