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Recon Marine Wants To Bring Faith Back To The VA

Marlo Safi Culture Reporter
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President Barack Obama removed faith-based programs from the VA, leaving military service members with only clinical options. President Donald Trump overturned the order, allowing faith-based options back into the VA system.

Chad Robichaux is a Marine Corps veteran who served 8 deployments to Afghanistan and experienced the same struggles that many members of the military do when they return home.

“The things that we see and do in combat leaves a soul wound, and faith solutions are the only way to heal that wound. I want to pay that forward so I started the Mighty Oaks Foundation.” (RELATED: Trump Officials Say The Administration Is Prioritizing Religious Liberty. Here’s How)

“As the chairman of the faith-based Veteran Service Alliance, I can say that all of our organizations that are represented within our community are not only thankful and grateful for [President Trump], but we’re here to support you and champion this cause to see these programs implemented.”

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