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About This Guide
This resource guide was designed to provide you with assistance in locating good sources of information for military veterans. To navigate this guide, click on the tabs above, or the Table of Contents below. If you need help, please contact us.
Table of Contents
Provides links to articles in selected databases and subjects related to veterans.
Provides links to books related to veterans.
Provides selected e-books and links to veteran related e-books.
Provides links to government agencies and organizations related to veterans.
Provides links to streaming videos and websites with videos related to veterans.
Veterans Research starter
Much of the criticism aimed at the VA is also pointed at the military. Soldiers have complained that the military places a stigma on those who request treatment for PTSD and other psychological disorders during active service, and thus early treatment is often delayed until the soldier returns home. PTSD has become problematic in light of extended duties and few opportunities to avoid the battle zones. In addition, with more females in the military the incidence of sexual assault has grown placing a new challenge on the VA to provide support and counseling.
Ousley Family Veterans Service Center
The Ousley Family Veterans Service Center strives to provide a support network to facilitate the transition of veterans, military service members and dependents to Columbia College. The center also strives to understand and address their unique student support needs while attending Columbia College.
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This guide was created by Vandy Evermon for veterans in Dec 2020.