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    Veterans can receive care for MST even if they are not eligible for other VA care, and no documentation of the MST experience is required.

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    VA’s Center for Women Veterans is advancing a cultural transformation throughout VA and aims to serve as a portal for women Veterans. One advocate is Ashley Gorbulja-Maldonado, a VBA employee and Army National Guard Veteran, who empowers other women Veterans with her mantra, “I can, I will… watch me.”

  • You’re not alone: VA is here for MST survivors

    During Sexual Assault Awareness Month, VA is connecting with MST survivors and raising awareness of its MST related services and treatment.

  • VA Military Sexual Trauma program enables trust

    Over 250 Veterans have participated in the Courage Group, part of a Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Military Sexual Trauma program.

  • Tee-shirts say “You’re not alone” to MST survivors

    Sexual Assault Awareness Month was observed at Fayetteville VA Medical Center with a display of tee-shirts created for the Clothesline Project by survivors of military sexual trauma.

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  • Army Veteran’s history of Military Sexual Trauma

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  • Veteran victims of military sexual trauma helped with telehealth technology

    The VA Southern Nevada Healthcare System is expanding therapy services […]

  • ICYMI: #ExploreVA Facebook Live event explains Vet Center services

    300 Vet Centers across the country, including in American Samoa, Guam and Puerto Rico, provide individual and group counseling free of charge in a safe and confidential environment to Veterans who served in a combat zone or area of hostility, experienced a military sexual trauma or served as part of a mortuary affairs or drone crew.

  • Texas VA reaches out to support victims of sexual assault

    “We want all Veterans to know that they have the power to write the rest of their story. They decide where they go from here...VA is here to help.”

  • Speaking up, moving forward: VA supports survivors of military sexual trauma

    At VA, Veterans who experienced military sexual trauma have access to a wide range of services to assist them in their recovery free of charge.

  • #VeteranOfTheDay Army Veteran Daniell Pollock

    Daniell, an Army Veteran, worked with professional writer, Angela Kaset at the VA Women’s Health Care Center to produce her song titled “My Singing Voice."

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