Study: Vets Face Difficult Transition to Civilian Life in L.A. County

A majority of veterans who leave the military and return to Los Angeles County are unprepared for the transition to civilian life, with most having no job and many suffering from untreated physical and mental health issues, according to a USC study released today.
Study: Vets Face Difficult Transition to Civilian Life in L.A. County
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