$1M PTSD treatment center for veterans set to open in Ohio

A new center dedicated to treating veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder is scheduled to open June 11 at Save A Warrior's Hillsboro, Ohio, facility, local news source The Bakersfield Californian reported June 6.

The National Center of Excellence for Complex Post Traumatic Stress was created using a $1 million grant to the nonprofit Save a Warrior from the Disabled American Veterans organization and will provide mental health services for ill or injured veterans with suicidal ideation and mental health issues.

"This alignment of two tip-of-the-spear organizations will serve generations of veterans to come,'' Jake Clark, founder of Save a Warrior, told The Bakersfield CaliforniaI.

"The National Center of Excellence for Complex Post Traumatic Stress will serve as a think tank for establishing best practices in the fight against the suicide pandemic."

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