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A Veteran's Mission

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Retired Army Staff Sergeant Earl Granville understands pain, both physical and emotional. The film "A Veteran's Mission" tells his story of coping with loss. A hero and an advocate, Earl joins host Adriane Heine for a post-film discussion.

 

Resources

Scranton Vet Center

1002 Pittston Ave. Scranton, PA 18505

570-344-2676 or 877-927-8387

 

Veteran’s Crisis Line

1-800-273-8255

 

The National Veteran’s Foundation

http://www.nvf.org

 

The Oscar Mike Foundation - Keeping injured vets “On the Move” in all aspects of life

www.oscarmike.org/foundation

 

Operation Enduring Warrior (OEW) - A veteran-founded non‐profit 501(c)(3) whose mission is to honor, empower, and motivate our nation’s wounded veterans through a physical, mental and emotional rehabilitation.

http://enduringwarrior.org/about/mission-wounded-veterans/

 

WVIA's Veteran's Resource Page

http://www.wvia.org/veterans

 

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