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Recently, Bernard McLeroy, a Certified Peer Support Specialist in Myrtle Beach was recognized by the Myrtle Beach City Council for a Veterans’ Awareness Series he coordinates at the Chapin Memorial Library.
VA sites nationwide honor and celebrate Veterans each year during the week of Feb. 14 as part of the National Salute to Veterans Patients and Charleston VAMC has events all week to honor its local Veteran patients.
Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center is hosting a Go Red! For Women Heart Health Fair on Feb. 12, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., in the Primary Care Auditorium, featuring programs focused on reducing heart disease.
Fisher House Charleston has helped the families of more than 750 Veterans stay nearby during their procedures and rehabilitation at the Charleston VA Medical Center for free, and they opened just one year ago.
More than 80 mental health clinicians attended Innovations in the Assessment and Treatment of Suicidal Risk training at Charleston VAMC, led by David Jobes, Ph.D, ABPP, an expert in the treatment of suicidal behaviors.