More homeless veterans seeking help in Colorado

DENVER — Nearly 600 homeless veterans are seeking help in Colorado this year.

Many of them showed up Thursday at the Homeless Veterans Stand Down in Denver for an event organized by a national nonprofit coalition.

The coalition is offering food, medical care, clothing and housing.

According to the Denver Post, many of those evaluated have mental health issues, including post-traumatic stress disorder caused by trauma from their military service.


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