• Free, online Bystander Intervention Training for Veterans

    Bystander Intervention Training for Veterans is available online now. Free training to learn how to contribute to a healthy, safe environment.

  • Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) is here for families of the fallen

    TAPS will always provide a safe space and supportive community for all those grieving a military loss– to walk alongside the families of our nation’s fallen heroes on each step of their grief journey. Each step of the way, TAPS will always provide comfort, support, and, most importantly, hope.

  • Free help at home for Veterans from the Elizabeth Dole Foundation

    The Elizabeth Dole Foundation’s Respite Relief Program provides FREE caregiving support to you, the Veteran, while giving your family caregiver a time for respite so they can run an errand, go for a walk, or simply relax. This free program is available to caregivers of pre and post 9/11 active-duty service members and Veterans. 

  • USPS is hiring nationwide, Veterans and families get preference

    USPS wants to fill the more than 100K open positions with Veterans and their families.

  • Bridge My Return opens to spouses, caregivers

    Bridge My Return (BMR) opens to military spouses, Veteran spouses and caregivers to help them find meaningful employment.

  • Tips for caregivers: How to safely move your loved one

    Caregivers are responsible for their loved one’s mobility. Here are important factors for caregivers when determining whether to move or transfer their loved one from one position to another.

  • Medical Foster Homes offer Veterans sense of family

    The VA Medical Foster Homes program is an alternative to placing Veterans in a nursing home. The homes are chosen by the Veteran from a list of homes that meet a nursing home level of care.

  • Expanding comprehensive assistance for family caregivers

    A caregiver of a Vietnam-era Veteran says the newly expanded Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers makes in-home care sustainable. Eva and Stanley are part of new caregiver population.

  • South Texas VA implements SAVE LIVES Act

    A vacant department store in San Antonio was transformed into an important location for Texans receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. The provisions of the SAVE LIVES Act lets more people receive the shot.

  • How VA patient advocates help Veterans

    Patient advocates are available at VA medical facilities to listen, document and manage feedback received from Veterans, family members, and caregivers. There’s one in every VA hospital.

  • How much do you know about Parkinson’s disease?

    VA has partnered with the Parkinson’s Foundation to help Veterans who are diagnosed with the disease live healthier lives. 10-15% of the time, Parkinson’s is linked to family genetics.

  • AARP’s free financial workbook helps Veterans and military caregivers plan future

    AARP's free Financial Workbook for Veteran and Military Caregivers can help you get organized and take control of your future. It is designed to help manage the complex responsibilities of caregiving.

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