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Disabled Vet Sues VA Center In Eugene, Claiming Discrimination, Whistleblower Retaliation

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James Reagan Marcroft-Clark accuses the VA of ostracizing him after he complained about an official at a local housing agency.

Veterans Affairs to investigate death in Klamath County

Veteran who served in Korea died in November after waiting for three days for life-saving procedure. “Breakdowns in the system all over the place.”

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is conducting an investigation into the death of a Klamath County man who died last November after waiting for three days for the agency to authorize a procedure that could have saved his life.

FolkTime Looks to Expand Peer Support Services for Veterans

The Lund Report
Its mental health treatment model emphasizes recovery, not diagnosis

May 9, 2012 -- FolkTime, a 26-year-old nonprofit providing community socialization for people with mental illness, has just signed a contract with Clackamas Behavioral Health to start providing peer support services – including job coaching, arts activities and support groups – to veterans with mental health challenges.

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