A look at what happens to veterans when they come home from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, how their families are affected who’s there to provide mental health care should they need it.

Guests

  • Barbara Van Dahlen Founder and president of "Give an Hour," a non-profit organization which provides mental health care services to veterans and their families affected by the ongoing wars in Iraq and Afghanistan; clinical psychologist
  • Kristin Henderson Kristin Henderson is a journalist married to a military chaplain who has served in the Persian Gulf, Afghanistan, and Iraq. She's also author of "While They're at War."
  • Dr. Stephen Xenakis Brigadier General, U.S. Army (Ret.), consultant to the Department of Defense.
  • Tanya Biank Author of "Army Wives: The Unwritten Code of Military Marriage" which is now the subject of a Lifetime Television show. She also is a syndicated columnist (CinCHouse.com) and broke the story on four Army wife murders committed at Fort Bragg in 2002.
  • Karie Darga CEO, Military Spouse Legacy Association. Her husband was killed in Iraq in 2006.

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