Helping vets get back to their previous life

Fasano, Marie
March 2012
Navajo Times;3/8/2012, Vol. 51 Issue 10, pA-6
The article presents information on the Merritt Center Returning Combat Veteran Program in Payson, Arizona which helps the veterans to return to their normal life after a war.


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