The veterans care center in Yountville where a former Army soldier shot and killed three health care workers has suspended operations indefinitely, administrators said Wednesday.
The nonprofit Pathway Home, which has treated hundreds of veterans of post-9/11 wars for debilitating emotional trauma, was serving a half-dozen men at the time of last week’s shootings. They have been directed to mental and health services from federal and Napa County providers, and Pathway’s seven surviving employees have been given severance packages, said Larry Kamer, a spokesman for the center.
Pathway’s governing board hopes the center can continue, but it’s unclear in what form, Kamer said.
Source: Bay Area News Yountville veterans center where 3 were shot to death suspends operations