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Female Veterans Pose Homeless Challenge for VA

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Veterans' need for services often don't emerge until they've been discharged for a while, says a spokesperson with a poverty relief group. "It usually takes several years before he or she starts to reach a point of crisis."

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