ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The New Mexico National Guard is partnering with the Archdiocese of Santa Fe and veterans services to provide support for guard members and their families.
The voluntary “Partners in Care" agreement helps provide faith-based help during times of crisis.
Traditionally, individual churches help veterans in their own communities and this is the first time such a large church has joined the effort.
Help is available to anyone regardless of their religious beliefs.
Those involved in the program say having a caring support system is a crucial part of helping these veterans and their families heal and sometimes they do not know where to turn to get it
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