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Talking Point: PTSD



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SALT LAKE CITY -- Many troops who come home from war face life-changing issues. According to the Veteran's Hospital, 10 to 15 percent return home with post traumatic stress disorder.

Dr. Tonya Miller is a psychologist at the George E. Wahlen Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Salt Lake. She joined us for Talking Point. Play the video to see the interview.

Resources

Suicide hot line: 1-800-273-talk

Direct line for help with PTSD at the George E. Wahlen V.A. Medical Center: 801-582-1565 ext. 2093

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