• VA can help Veterans manage their drinking

    If drinking alcohol is affecting your life or the life of a Veteran you care about, know that VA has a variety of proven treatments that can help.

  • Women Veterans’ preventive health care resources

    Preventive health care is important. Women Veterans, talk with your VA primary care provider about checkups, screenings, and vaccines you need.

  • VA launches updated Access to Care website

    Updated Access to Care website provides Veterans improved wait time information, making it easier for them to plan their health care visits.

  • Gulf War Veterans’ engagement sessions

    1990-91 Gulf War Veterans with questions about Gulf War Illness are invited to engagement sessions with experts who want to hear from you.

  • New outpatient diuresis clinic a game changer for Veteran and spouse

    The newly created Outpatient Diuresis Clinic is a game changer for Navy Veteran Jack Pinkston and his spouse after quadruple bypass.

  • Setting the “pace” with leadless pacemaker

    Coast Guard Veteran the first patient in the state of Texas to receive a new leadless pacemaker implant designed to regulate his heart.

  • Podcast: Ending Veteran homelessness

    Podcasts will introduce Veterans to new benefits and program innovations and tell how VA will continue to prevent Veteran homelessness.

  • #VADidThat: TeleOncology, Veterans and cancer care

    VA’s National TeleOncology allows Veterans to receive world-class oncology care and services, regardless of where they live.

  • VA telehealth services through the Digital Divide Consult

    Digital divide: The gap between people who do and do not have access to the internet or internet devices. VA Digital Divide Consult can help.

  • The Veterans Crisis Line is here for you

    You have questions about the Veterans Crisis Line; we have answers. You are not alone and the Veterans Crisis Line is here to support you.

  • “Why was I referred to speech therapy?”

    VA speech-language pathologists help Veterans learn strategies to improve their cognitive functioning and improve their quality of life.

  • What you should know about advance care planning

    Advance care planning is the process of considering what’s important to you and what your preferences are for care now and in the future.

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