This book is short and sweet and to the point. It is somewhat redundant though packed with really good information.
It is helpful for the Mental Health Professional (MHP), for the Vet (I am not a Veteran so I am assuming here), and families and friends of Vets, and the average citizen.
This book discusses the failures of the VA and how to truly help Vets overcome PTSD, TBI, and re-acclimate into the community and guess what it takes the community to help as well.
This is a very good book that more members of Congress and the President and leadership of the VA need to read.