Web Chat: Charlie Foxtrot

Newsmaker: Resources for military members and families

In Charlie Foxtrot, a team of investigators uncovers the reasons behind the national spike in service member suicides.  This docu-series focuses on a military policy that kicks service members out when they attempt to take their own life, leaving them without the help they were promised when they signed up to serve. 

Charlie Foxtrot exposes the trauma of war, taking viewers through a visceral experience as soldiers once driven to the brink of suicide open up emotionally and share videos and photos from the war zone. 

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13News Now hosted a web chat with Kurt Hooks, the director of behavioral health services and palliative car at Chesapeake Regional Medical Center. Mr. Hooks sees many patients with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and has assisted many veterans, active duty, and military dependents in crisis throughout his years of clinical work.

While our chat is completed, you can read the questions and answers below. Thanks to Mr. Hooks and Chesapeake Regional Medical Center for their participation.

 

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