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Service dogs help keep anxiety level low for veterans

By Lona O'Connor - Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

Two good-natured dogs broke up the workday routine of hotline operators at 211 Palm Beach/Treasure Coast today. Service dogs Salsa and Prince were visiting to publicize the Dogs 4 Disabled Veterans program, one of the services 211 mentions to veterans, 6,000 of whom called 211 last year for help.

The 211 service took 133,000 calls last year, helping people with a variety of medical, emotional or financial problems.

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