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FREE COUNSELING AVAILABLE WEEKLY FOR VETERANS

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Posted on February 1, 2012

Free counseling services are available to military veterans and their families through Cal U’s Office of Veterans Affairs.

Area residents who have served in any branch of the military are eligible to attend counseling sessions. Their dependents and family members also may receive counseling. Non-students are welcome.

Appointments are available from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. every Tuesday through May 8. (Please note: Counseling will NOT be available on March 13, during the University’s spring break.)

Licensed professional counselor Jason Brosk from the Vet Center, Department of Veterans Affairs, will meet with clients in the Cal U Office of Veterans Affairs, Room 33-G, Carter Hall. 

Visitor parking is available in the Vulcan Parking Garage, near the campus entrance on Third Street in California, Pa. 

Services include individual and marriage counseling, readjustment counseling, and counseling for drug and alcohol issues, bereavement, and military sexual trauma.

Counseling also is available, as needed, for Cal U veterans and community members with loved ones who have been deployed.

For more information about the free program at Cal U, or to request an appointment, call California University’s Office of Veterans Affairs at 724-938-4076 or e-mail vetcenter@calu.edu. For parking fees and a campus map, visit www.calu.edu/parking.

Veterans, dependents and family members also may request special appointments by contacting counselor Jason Brosk at the McKeesport Veterans Center, 412-678-7704.