Lost amid the clamor of the presidential election campaign trail was the recent grand opening of a help center in Colorado Springs that has already assisted 950 veterans in getting their lives on track.
As Donald Trump stumped in Colorado Springs, veterans advocates cut the ribbon on the Mount Carmel Center of Excellence on the city’s west side. It bills itself as a one-stop shop for veterans in need.
“We’re going to keep working to expand,” said Bob McLaughlin, the retired Army colonel who runs the place.
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