Thank you, Mr. Chair.
I'm going to start with a general comment. When we're talking about mental health and suicide prevention and we're talking about a transition for an individual from military life to non-military life, many people are going to have individualized experiences of that. Some will do it well. Some will need some support. Some will need more support. In the comments about all the different groups popping up in reaction to some of the struggles of military personnel, is the community saying that there are gaps? That's why you get all those groups coming around all over and it becomes a very complicated map because people have been trying to get help and they couldn't, so they've tried to do it on their own.
I liked your comment that now it's time to bring those pieces together.
Dr. Lee, I wonder if you could comment. I was taken by your comment. When people walk through the door they need to be treated as individuals and they need to be able to have the myriad of therapies available depending on what they need. I wonder if you might expand a bit on your comments about people getting only one kind of thing in this place and this is all that's authorized, and if they need something else, or if it's a family issue and that kind of thing, they have to go somewhere else. I would like to hear your comments on that.