Men and women who serve within the military and have been stationed abroad often return home with post traumatic stress. Reconnecting these individuals with family and community is critical to their healing process. A forum for individuals and families to talk about their experiences, in the hopes of encouraging and inspiring a positive outcome from challenges faced, will be on air weekly.Family on the Frontline is a division of the non-profit organization Welcome Home Troops. Learn more about Welcome Home Troops at

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