Headshot of author Richard Allen SmithLast week, VBA hosted the November edition of our Twitter Town Hall Series. The topic for this session was Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment, a program many Vets know as Voc Rehab. Our previous town halls have been quite successful, but this month’s was unique in that it featured a team effort between our Administration and the Department of Labor, as well as support from several other federal agencies and non-profit organizations.

Social media is an ever-evolving medium that is constantly presenting government agencies with new opportunities for collaboration. Check out the review of our event below to see if we answered your question. Also, note that there are teams of professions across our government looking to help you, the Veteran. You can also follow our Twitter account, @VAVetBenefits, to get useful updates on your benefits.

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Published on Dec. 4, 2012

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  1. Shanda Taylor-Boyd December 11, 2012 at 10:13 pm

    Wheeeeew weeeee! That was AMAZING! I actually just read how the VA is truly expanding even more resources to enhance Veteran Benefits Awareness! Thanks so much!

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