Surrey mental health complex for veterans gets funding boost [CityNews]

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A new integrated mental health complex in Surrey aimed at helping veterans with issues like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and rehab is getting some extra funding from a local Legion and charity.

Maple Ridge legion makes massive donation to new veterans’ centre for mental health [Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows News]

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Thanks to Maple Ridge Legion Branch 88, the future of mental health for veterans and first responders looks a little brighter.

Legion Veterans Village Research Foundation Receives $600,000 to Launch Mental Health Research Studies and Technologies for Veterans and First Responders

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The Royal Canadian Legion Maple Ridge Branch 88 together with the Earl Haig Society has gifted the Legion Veterans Village Research Foundation (LVVRF) a total of $600,000 to initiate the ongoing mental health, PTSD, technologies and rehabilitation research within the Legion Veterans Village Centre for Clinical Excellence.

War veteran Trevor Greene gives experience to Surrey, B.C., Veterans Village project [CTV News]

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Canadian war veteran Trevor Greene knows what it’s like to navigate treatment after a life-threatening injury, combined with post-traumatic stress, prompting his decision to take on an advising role at the Legion Veterans Village Centre for Excellence in Surrey, B.C.

War veteran Trevor Greene gives experience to Surrey, B.C., Veterans Village project [Vancouver Sun]

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Canadian war veteran Trevor Greene knows what it’s like to navigate treatment after a life-threatening injury, combined with post-traumatic stress, prompting his decision to take on an advising role at the Legion Veterans Village Centre for Excellence in Surrey, B.C.

War veteran Trevor Greene gives experience to Surrey, B.C., Veterans Village project [The Globe and Mail]

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Canadian war veteran Trevor Greene knows what it’s like to navigate treatment after a life-threatening injury, combined with post-traumatic stress, prompting his decision to take on an advising role at the Legion Veterans Village Centre for Excellence in Surrey, B.C.

Surrey condo development to include centre for treating veterans and first responders [The Province]

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“We are getting closer every day to being able to serve our veteran community in our brand new facility. Hopefully by next November 2022, we’ll be able to hold our first Remembrance Day ceremony at the new Legion Veterans Village.” — Tony Moore, President of the Whalley Legion Branch 229.