In the military, you’re a part of a family. You have a community, a clear mission, and a purpose. When you come home, everything changes. This family is gone, and you must search for your sense of purpose again. Many veterans, even many years, even decades after leaving the military, suffer from depression, isolation, and alcoholism because of this. Growing Veterans is a non-profit that seeks to do something about this issue in an unconventional way. On this episode of Neighbor to Neighbor, we speak with Sean Dalgarn, the Communication and Outreach Manager for Growing Veterans.
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