Women Veterans can get help addressing their needs through VA programs - Army Veteran Loretta White
Believe it or not, many women Veterans do not self-identify as Veterans. According to Dr. Laura Miller, psychiatrist and medical director of reproductive mental health for the Veterans Health Administration, this is due in part to the misconception that if women did not engage in combat, they are not considered Veterans.
Read the full story of Loretta White's journey from Army soldier, domestic violence, homelessness and isolation to recovery, becoming an author, artist and advocate for women veterans. Published on the VA/Blog page here.