SPOTLIGHT: HHS, DoD send mental health workers for PTSD treatment

Admitting (critics say rather belatedly) to the reality that many soldiers are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, the Department of Defense and HHS have announced a program under which they'll send 200 psychiatrists, social workers and other mental healthcare pros to military facilities to treat such patients. HHS will coordinate scientific research on the mental health care needs of soldiers. Article

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