Military looks to partner with civilians on TBI, PTSD

10/10/2012 | San Francisco Chronicle

Enlisting the help of civilian partners to research and develop treatments for TBI and PTSD is a key component of White House and Defense Department efforts to better respond to troops' needs. Officials from Fort Campbell, Ky., have held suicide awareness trainings on base and met with local behavioral health professionals to discuss ways to share information as part of their effort to contribute to the initiative.

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