Returning US war veterans struggle to adjust
At least 60,000 live on the streets as government tries to put a roof over every veteran's head by 2015.
Last Modified: 23 Jul 2012 21:28

Returning home from war is almost always a tough adjustment for a soldier.

In the US, more than 60 000 veterans have ended up living on the streets.The government's goal is to have a roof over every veteran's head by 2015.

As more service members who served in Iraq and Afghanistan return to civilian life, the challenge is connecting these men and women to the services available to them.

Al Jazeera's Rosiland Jordan reports from San Antonio.


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