Defense bill includes provisions for behavioral health

01/8/2013 | News Tribune (Tacoma, Wash.), The

The 2013 defense authorization bill, which was signed by President Barack Obama, contains far-reaching reform efforts for military behavioral health services aimed at combating a rise in military suicides. The provisions call for expanded services for families of veterans, a Pentagon analysis of best practices in suicide prevention efforts from all military branches and the creation of a standard military-wide approach.

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