Military Suicide

"It really becomes a learning process. Obviously a very tragic learning process, but it becomes a learning process. What do we learn from this?”
Dr. John Miller, program coordinator,
Trauma recovery, Spokane VA Medical Center

An excerpt from "When He Came Home" by Matthew Nojiri.

“We can’t let our veterans fall through the cracks,” says Matt Kuntz, executive director of the National Alliance of Mental Illness in Montana. Kuntz has lead a national initiative for more thorough mental-health screening for returning soldiers and veterans after his stepbrother, an Iraq veteran, committed suicide in 2007. “We owe it to them to make sure they get the care they need when they come back.”


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