The Cheyenne Veteran's Affairs Medical Center will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony on it's new Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Facility at 1.p.m. on Friday, Feb. 19 according to a VA news release.

The new 12,843 square foot, 10 bed facility will feature family meeting rooms, group therapy rooms and counseling rooms for veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder [PTSD] as well as substance abuse issues.

Cheyenne Mayor Rick Kaysen, who is a Vietnam veteran, and former Mayor Bill Nations, a veteran of World War II, will be on hand for the ceremony.

The event is open to the public, but anyone wanting to attend is being told to get there a little early to find parking and walk to the event, which is being held at the southeast side of the new facility near the Circle of Flags.

There is no designated parking area for the event, so visitors should parr wherever they can find available spaces on the VA grounds