Veteran Access to Mental Health Services and how it Contributes to the Rates of Suicide
This essay is an exploration of the access Veterans have to mental health services and how such access or lack thereof contributes to the rates of suicide among the Veteran population. The purpose of this essay is to examine various factors that influence Veteran access to mental health care and how these factors can be improved or eliminated. By analyzing such factors, healthcare professionals may begin to further implement provisions and practices to decrease the rising rate of suicides among Veterans.
Dr. Susan Skees Hermes
Grigsby, Kameron R.
"Veteran Access to Mental Health Services and how it Contributes to the Rates of Suicide,"
Kentucky Journal of Undergraduate Scholarship: Vol. 6:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://encompass.eku.edu/kjus/vol6/iss1/2
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