“We recognize the critical contributions our veterans have made, and we want to do our best to make sure they have access to the care they need,” said Justin Walden, a hospital spokesman. “As part of this program, we will be working with primary care providers to identify returning veterans who may need mental health or behavioral counseling. We will then be working with our own clinics and hospitals, the VA and other regional providers to best care for these veterans.”
Susquehanna University has been allocated $95,000 to purchase science equipment that will expand learning and research opportunities for students and faculty.
A spokesman from the university could not be reached for comment.
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