A Bay area organization is hitting the road and taking five veterans on a cross-country bike tour.
Veterans on Wednesday began painting the names of the 4,484 U.S. soldiers who were killed during the Iraq War on a mural in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District.
An interview with Dr. David Spiegel on the growing issue of post-traumatic stress disorder.
The body of a missing Gilroy woman, mother of an Iraq War vet who killed his young sister before killing himself last week, was found Thursday near a well-known orchard in unincorporated Santa Clara County, according to Gilroy police.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is hoping Thursday’s murder-suicide involving an Iraq War vet does not discourage vets with PTSD to seek treatment.
Noting that an average of 18 veterans a day commit suicide, a federal appeals court on Tuesday ordered the Department of Veterans Affairs to dramatically overhaul its mental health care system.
Oakland hosted a conference of hospital networks dealing with youth violence prevention and victims of gun-related violence.
At least one in five Americans who’ve served in Iraq and Afghanistan return with post traumatic stress disorder. An East Bay therapist has found a way to help by offering an effective treatment not widely available to local veterans.
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (KCBS)- There’s positive local reaction to a new rule that will affect hundreds of thousands of veterans. Service members will gain easier access to treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder.