Veteran Connection Videos

Our Veteran Connection Blog highlights thoughts, tips, and personal accounts aimed at individuals with military experience and those who interact with them. The ACI team understands the unique challenges that veterans face in life, whether it’s balancing school, integrating back into civilian life, or communicating with those outside of the military world.

If you’ve found these blogs to be helpful, take a moment to check out our Veteran Connection channel on YouTube! Built out of the same spirit of the Veteran Connection Blog, this channel features exclusive content from the ACI team, including videos from Megan Hawker, our veteran clinical expert and resident Veteran Connection blogger! Check out the Veteran Connection channel and subscribe today to receive all the latest news, resources and benefits for veteran assistance.

 

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