Mental Health Care at Fort Carson The military promises to help soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan with emotional problems, including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. But a 2006 NPR investigation at one base in Colorado found that soldiers aren't getting the services they need. Explore our initial report and follow-up stories.
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Mental Health Care at Fort Carson

An NPR investigation at one Army base found soldiers weren't getting the services they need.

Former Soldier Helps Others Fight Army for Help

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Soldiers Say Army Ignores, Punishes Mental Anguish

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Soldiers Face Obstacles to Mental Health Services

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Military Mental Health Care Under Scrutiny

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Pentagon Report Cites Mental Health Concerns

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