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LYNCHBURG, Va. (WDBJ) – Most of the military men and women who serve the United States eventually take off the uniform and transition back to civilian life.

Studies show up to 72 percent of veterans experience high levels of stress during that time of change, Horizon Behavioral Health said.

To support those veterans, Horizon Behavioral Health Communications Director Gabriella Smith joined Here @ Home to share the resources available to help veterans and their families.

No one should have to suffer in silence and that is why Horizon Behavioral Health encourages people to connect with them online or by calling their admissions department at 434-477-5000.

Anyone facing an immediate mental health crisis can also call the National Suicide and Crisis Hotline at 988.

Additionally, for veterans looking to connect with other former service members, every Friday there is a Veterans Rally that happens at Monument Terrace in Lynchburg at noon.

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