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The Cincinnati VAMC, recently recognized as a HEI 2019 LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Top Performer, lined up to be part of the Cincinnati Pride Parade & provided support to Veterans at Sawyer Point on June 22.
"It was liberating. I had been confined; imprisoned all these years...Just stepping in the room on the first day, I wasn't undercover anymore. To have this level of freedom was like being able to exhale."
As a Veteran and volunteer, Harvey would like other Veterans to know, "you have someone here for you." Harvey volunteers and has participated in the Treatment, Recovery and Activity Center (TRAC) program.
How do you know if you are experiencing something related to Mental Health? Sometimes it can be hard to tell. Remember is to talk to your primary care or mental health provider when you notice new symptoms or problems.
Men who have been assaulted often feel stigmatized, which can be the most damaging aspect of the assault. At least 1 out of every 10 (or 10%) of men in our country have suffered from trauma as a result of sexual assault.