Veterans from all generations are processing the news of what is currently unfolding in Afghanistan and could be experiencing a wide range of emotions and feelings right now. The IAM Veteran Services Program wanted to share resources available to veterans.
“As a U.S. Navy veteran, I can empathize with any Machinist or family member who might be affected emotionally or mentally with the events in Afghanistan,” said IAM International President Robert Martinez Jr. “I encourage anyone who may need help to utilize resources that the IAM and other organizations have to offer. We are always available to help our Brothers and Sisters in need.”
IAM Addiction Services can be reached by calling 1-888-250-4IAM (4426).
Resources from the AFL-CIO Union Veterans Council: