Military Mental Health screenings approved in defense budget

Military Mental Health screenings approved in defense budget

The bill would create a mental health evaluation for potential military recruits.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – New mental health screenings for members of the military has passed the U.S. House of Representatives as part of the 2015 defense budget.

The bill, co-sponsored by Congressman Glenn Thompson, would provide the screenings which supporters say could help stop the high rate of military suicides.

The bill would create a universal mental health evaluation for potential military recruits in attempt to catch past suicide attempts and psychiatric disorders.
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