New Georgia call center aimed at preventing suicides among veterans


Georgia is now playing a major role in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ efforts to prevent suicides among military veterans.
A new call center for the National Veterans Crisis hotline recently opened in DeKalb County, outside Atlanta.
It’s one of two facilities of its kind in the nation, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.
The new facility is in the same DeKalb County office building near Interstate 85 that houses the VA’s Health Eligibility Center, which oversees national health enrollment for millions of veterans across the country.
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