Just What the Doctor Ordered: Mental Health Help at the VA in Murfreesboro

Just What the Doctor Ordered: Mental Health Help at the VA in Murfreesboro | Homeless, mental, Murfreesboro news, Murfreesboro homeless, Murfreesboro, VA, Veterans, veterans affairs, homeless veterans

In this photo by Scott Walker, this man was convinced that Scott was a CIA agent. This type of problem is quite common among the homeless. See more at SmallTownBigWorld.com

Some might say, it’s just what the doctor ordered. The York VA Medical Center has added a new service to further help veterans out. A ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday took place at the veteran’s hospital located in Murfreesboro on 231 North. The ribbon cutting was at the new mental health residential rehabilitation treatment facility on the campus that will serve veterans with mental illness, addiction problems and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD. 

The facility, that will help to treat a long list of psychological disorders,  has 34-beds and will aim to keep residents in the facility for 90-days during treatment. Homeless veterans will be one area of focus for treatment. 

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