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UNC’s THRIVE Program Using New Home to Help More Veterans


The Matthew Gfeller Center at UNC is known for its leading research on head trauma and injuries for athletes. But the center is now building up a new program to help out a piece of our population: veterans. The THRIVE Program, or Transforming Health and Resilience in Veterans, recently moved to its own, permanent home. The project started last spring. (Chapelboro.com)

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UNC’s THRIVE Program Using New Home to Help More Veterans


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