The Associated Press, (May 11, 2020) — The VA and its partner mental health providers have kept thousands of veterans in treatment during the coronavirus pandemic through telehealth appointments. But as job losses and increased social isolation take an extended toll, some veterans’ advocates worry the already understaffed VA medical facilities can’t keep up and that telehealth isn’t enough. Following this link to the full story on Military.com.
Veterans Groups, VA Brace for Surge in Demand for Mental Health Care
May 12, 2020 by Eric Woolson 1072