Female Veterans and Drug Addiction: 15 Ways to Support their Ongoing Battle


By drugrehab.org
Coming back home after serving in the military can be a very challenging time for those who have bravely served our country. The National Conference of State Legislatures states that the “transition from military to civilian life varies for each female veteran just as it does for male veterans.
Though many women reintegrate with ease, others may struggle either initially or months down the road. Challenges may be related to employment, housing, health and mental health, education and other factors.”
One issue of concern is the potential for drug or alcohol abuse or addiction. Misuse of substances may start while they’re in the military, or after they’ve come home.

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