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United States veterans are the people who served our country in time of need, risking their lives to protect us, our freedom, and our beliefs, both during times of war and times of peace, and the ambiguous times in between. Our veterans have earned their places as some of the most respected members of our society, and when they come home, or when they leave the service, they deserve the right to pursue their careers, their family lives, and their personal interests.
But some veterans get lost after their service, and are too often forgotten by society. They may slip through the cracks due to traumatic brain or other injury, or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). They may lack the support they need to transition successfully to civilian life, or they may be victims of a down and unforgiving economy. Veterans may find themselves struggling to put food on the table for themselves and their family, or even homeless, living on the street or in shelters with a growing sense of frustration and despair.