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Hello, All! so glad i found this site. had no clue about it. I'm prior USAF, been out for 19 yrs now. Was a cop and sexually assaulted by a fellow cop. for the last 19 yrs, i suppressed the anger and everything else. last fall, i couldnt take anymore and asked for help. come to find out, it stemmed from the attack. i was encouraged to apply for SCD. the VA has been nothing less than wonderful to me. each person seems to go the extra step to help me. after reading a few posts on here, i see i am one of the lucky ones. does anyone have a clue how they rate the SCD for MST? i know i'm putting the cart before the horse but just trying to see if its going to even be worth the battle.

thanks to all who reply!!

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