Noteworthy News

With wars continuing to wage on, along with the turbulence in the world, not only is the active duty soldier’s mental health affected, but their spouse’s and children’s mental health are too. April is the Month of the Military Child in the United States, which gives good reason to pause and reflect on the effects of worldwide conflict on our mental health.

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