The summit will help connect veterans to jobs that align with their unique skills.
In a visit to Indiana on Thursday, McDonald pointed to the Indianapolis facility as a leader in what he calls the VA’s “transformation.”
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Eligible veterans in five south-central Indiana counties will soon have access to a clinic, which will provide free legal service as they appeal for benefits.
Indiana is reaching out to women veterans, who typically take less advantage of state and federal benefits, in hopes of improving their well-being.
As a part of the new law, the secretary of veteran’s affairs will conduct an evaluation of Indiana’s suicide prevention programs at least once a year.
The latest data from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs show Indiana receives $4,935 per veteran each year.
There are more than 35,000 female veterans in Indiana, and many of them do not know how to take advantage of state and federal resources.
One bill requires a third-party evaluation of suicide prevention programs within the Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs.
PTSD has affected 300,000 veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan and has led to a spike in suicides.