New veterans aid building opening in Elliott County

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By wymt.com
They are the ones putting their lives on the line and going overseas to protect our nation’s freedom, but when they return home, their lives are forever changed.
Thanks to organizations like Veterans Outreach and events like the Kentucky Veteran’s Expo, veterans are able to get the help they need to readjust to the civilian lifestyle.
At Tuesday’s expo, veterans and were able to get free health screenings, career advice, and talk to on site counselors.
Head of the Grayson Veterans’ Outreach, Tammy Black says it’s important to continue to look out for veterans once they return home because of the traumatic scenarios they witnessed.
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