My military service gave me a unique perspective on caring for our veterans. I obtain my healthcare from the VA and will continue to do so as a Congressman.
As a Corpsman, then Physician Assistant as well as a Navy SEAL, I have saved countless lives on the battlefield and I know that treatment for veterans goes well beyond the point of injury. Access is key to services at the VA, and my priority will be to make sure that all veterans have quick and easy access to everything they need.
Homelessness is not a housing problem. It is a mental health and drug abuse problem. More specifically it is a reflection of the failure of our state and country to effectively treat addicts and people struggling with mental health issues.
If I’m elected, I will advocate for policies that address the actual causes of homelessness, and work to find compassionate solutions for our family and friends who are suffering and find themselves in this situation.
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