Veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) who received individual placement and support (IPS) supported employment were 2.7 times more likely to gain competitive employment than those who received usual vocational rehabilitation services from the Veterans Health Administration Vocational Rehabilitation Program. About 75% of the veterans who received IPS and 28% of the veterans who received usual services gained competitive employment. The IPS program featured the services of a vocational rehabilitation employment specialist integrated into the clinical treatment team. The employment specialist carried a caseload of no more than 25 clients and provided each with unlimited . . .
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