Mental health aid headed to Minnesota soldiers
ST. PAUL - Soldiers returning from overseas have a new weapon to fight mental health problems they may encounter while settling into civilian life.
The Minnesota National Guard will take part in a pilot program to "embed" mental health counselors in 22 armories around the state, mostly in the Twin Cities area and western Minnesota, officials said Wednesday.
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