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VA helped Pete battle alcoholism, live better, and overcome chronic pain. And Pete found a sense of belonging with VA.
When the restaurant where he worked closed, Army Veteran was referred to the Housing and Urban Development-VA Supportive Housing program.
A special ceremony was held to celebrate 96-year-old World War II Veteran Irunoes Johnson. A commemorative coin of gratitude was presented.
Gulf Coast VA honors Dayton Shell, held as a POW after his unit was forced to surrender to German forces in France in 1944.
Practicing yoga helps Woodi manage her pain. Now this Army Veteran is less dependent on painkillers, more relaxed, and lives better.
Thanks to Whole Health, a Nashville Veteran has regained hope and is again her joyful self. “You are the tree and Whole Health is there to support you.”
From a jail cell to a master’s degree in mental health counseling. Army Veteran Anthony Warren helps other Veterans as a HUD-VASH peer support specialist.
VA surgeon says new technology is very powerful. Surgeries performed with precise accuracy, allowing for better outcomes for Veterans.
Army Veteran Arthur Daniels found a new voice after battling throat cancer. He uses his recovery journey to offer support to fellow Veterans.
Army Veteran Sean Young says he was hardheaded and doubted Veteran Justice Outreach could help him. Today, he works to connect fellow Veterans with the program.
Army Specialist Hugo Gonzalez lost much of his sight while serving in Iraq. His family helped him through a rough transition.
A chemical exposure damaged Adam’s health and changed his life. Adam credits his entire VA team for pulling him out of a deep dark hole.
If you are a Veteran in crisis
or concerned about one, connect with our caring, qualified responders for confidential help. Many of
them are Veterans themselves.
Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net.
Last updated March 1, 2011
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