Women are the fastest growing group within the Veteran population.

For example, the Charleston VAMC women’s health program serves more than 9,000 female Veterans.

Learn more about the changing face of women Veterans and what VA is doing to meet their health care needs.

Here’s a helpful website with answers to your Frequently Asked Questions.

Like: How do I get started?

Does VA provide maternity benefits?

Where can I get treatment for sexual assault?

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Women Veterans Summit this Week in Houston

The 2017 National Women Veterans Summit will take place this week at the Hyatt Regency Downtown in Houston, Texas Aug. 25-26. There will be a tremendous amount of new and useful information available.

For those of you who are unable to attend, check out the Department of Veterans Affairs Facebook page and Twitter feed regularly on Friday, August 25th and Saturday, August 26th for live streams and Tweets.

 

 

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Published on Aug. 24, 2017

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