• Bob Woodruff Foundation behind growing initiative to support Veterans, family members

    Since its inception in 2006, the Bob Woodruff Foundation has called for people to support the emerging and long-term needs of Veterans, including mental health, caregiver support, food insecurity, and service-connected fertility issues. The initiative, founded after reporter Bob Woodruff was wounded in a roadside bombing in Iraq, has invested more than $85 million in programs that have empowered Veterans, active-duty military and their family members.

  • VA and IBM collaboration to build pathways for Veteran success

    VA and IBM are collaborating to build pathways for Veteran success. What does that mean for Veterans looking to build a new career?

  • Financial literacy resources from Treasury’s Office of the Comptroller of the Currency

    Veterans wanting to learn more about financial literacy can take advantage of the following free resources and events from The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)

  • Finding Vietnam Veteran and Navy Corpsman Gregory Williams, pt.3

    Bill Mulcrevy’s search had come to an end. Gregory Williams, the Navy Corpsman who had saved his and so many other Marines’ lives in Vietnam, died in Illinois in November 2017. He was 73.

  • How VA and partners helped a Vietnam Veteran find Corpsman Williams, pt.2

    Part 2 of the story on how VA and partners came together to help a sick Marine Corps Veteran search for the buddy who saved his life in Vietnam.

  • A Vietnam Veteran’s search for the Corpsman who saved his life, pt.1

    A sick Marine Corps Vietnam Veteran reached out to VA to help find Gregory Williams, a Navy Corpsman buddy who saved his life in Vietnam.

  • Higher education support services available for Veterans with disabilities

    As we come to the end of another year, many […]

  • Heroes Foundation held training workshop to help Veterans prepare for hiring event

    The Heroes Foundation, VA partner helping Veterans find work, held workshop for Veterans before 10th annual “Hiring Red, White & You!” event.

  • Parkinson’s disease awareness: Answering 9 most popular Parkinson’s questions from Veterans

    Parkinson’s disease (PD) is the second-most common neurodegenerative disease after Alzheimer’s in the U.S. One million Americans live with Parkinson’s today — and of those approximately 110,000 Veterans with PD receive Parkinson’s treatment through VA.

  • Together We Served launches new ‘Veteran Finder’ app for Veterans Day

    Together We Served offers Veterans the opportunity to find and connect with people they served with using its new FREE ‘Veteran Finder’ App.

  • DAV state commander connects Veterans with VA telehealth

    The state commander of the Oklahoma DAV eagerly tells Veterans about the services VA offers. She knows because she and her husband use them.

  • Montana virtual event serves Veterans in Big Sky Country

    Army Veteran George Werhonig needed a person to listen to his concerns to serve him. Ashley Hernandez, a Veteran services officer with the Montana Veterans Affairs Division, turned out to be that person.

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