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Topic - J.B. Moore
"That's not everyone who may need mental health care," Ms. Moore said. "Every step of the way you are losing people that could be getting help."
Of the 2.5 million troops who have deployed since 9/11, only 1.7 million are eligible for VA care, and only half of those will seek care, said J.B. Moore, military and veterans policy and support manager for the National Alliance on Mental Illness.