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Los Angeles Vets Reach Out to Troubled Brethren

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Los Angeles Vets Reach Out to Troubled Brethren

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Los Angeles Vets Reach Out to Troubled Brethren

Los Angeles Vets Reach Out to Troubled Brethren

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Anthony Belcher runs assessment and intake for homeless and drug-addicted veterans at New Directions, a Los Angeles-based nonprofit run for and by veterans.

Belcher talks to Farai Chideya about the organization, and his own life on the streets before New Directions helped him turn his life around.

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