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The Veterans News Hour, 21/03/2022

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Transitioning from Service, Adjusting to civilian life, mental health treatment, hearing loss aids, testing for tinnitus

The Veterans News Hour with David C Cory and Richard Hurley

Transitioning from Service, Adjusting to civilian life, mental health treatment, hearing loss and aids, testing for tinnitus

Tape 1:  Hear from Ryan, a U.S. Army Veteran, and his VA counselor, Melissa. Ryan had a difficult time transitioning from the service, but with the help of guidance and professional support provided by Melissa, he was able to go back to school and graduate.  (4:35 duration)
 
 
Tape 2:  After losing her roommate while serving in the Army, Catrina had a difficult time adjusting to civilian life. She began isolating herself from others and feeling stressed. When the flashbacks started, she knew it was time to get help. Learn how her Vet Center helped Catrina open up to her family. (Duration: 3:47)
 
 
Tape 3:  Ed, a U.S. Army Veteran, developed problems with drugs while in the service. Hear him and his daughter, Jasmine, talk about how mental health treatment helped him get his life back on track.  (Duration: 4:12)
 
 
Tape 4:  Hearing Aids at Veterans Affairs | How to Start the Process | Hearing Loss | (Duration: 2:48)
 
 
Tape 5:  What Types of Hearing Aids Does Veterans Affairs Provide for Veterans? | Audiology (Duration: 17:37)
 
 
Tape 6:  How Does Veterans Affairs Test for Tinnitus? | VA Disability for Tinnitus | (Duration: 6:54)