NAVAJO NATION - Access to treatment for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is expected to be easier for Navajo veterans following an agreement signed recently between the Navajo Area Indian Health Service and the Northern Arizona Veterans Affairs Health Care System. The agreement calls for social workers to operate from the Fort Defiance Hospital and the Chinle Veterans Center, both of which are in the Arizona portion of the 27,000-square-mile Navajo Nation.But the services likely will be available to any Navajo veteran who needs help, IHS spokeswoman Jenny Notah said. Read More >
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