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VA Video Connect, My HealtheVet, and other virtual tools can help you access VA care in case of a hurricane or natural disaster.
Virtual visits through the VA Video Connect app and VA apps can help Veterans manage their PTSD, depression and other mental health issues.
Telehealth brings VA care directly to Veterans. Here are a few ways that Veterans can use telehealth to connect with their VA care teams.
VA celebrates the Office of Connected Care Help Desk achievement of providing telehealth tech support to 1 million Veterans and providers.
Dr. Margaret Carrico (former Army Medical Corps) provides care to Women Veterans every day via telehealth and in-person visits.
The state commander of the Oklahoma DAV eagerly tells Veterans about the services VA offers. She knows because she and her husband use them.
Register for the Annie app to receive automated text messages that empower you to play an active role in your care and achieve your health goals.
Veteran Richard Weldon, commander of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6786, shares his experience with the ATLAS site in his community — and the impact it has had on Veterans living in Eureka, Montana.
Cheyenne VA in Wyoming has launched a pilot program to expand mobile eye care. This Technology-based Eye Care Services (TECS) program brings specialty eye care services to underserved Veterans.
VA has a way for Veterans to take charge of their health, one text message at a time. The Annie program for Veterans sends you text messages with health information and reminders.
After VA nurse and Army Veteran Maxine Lindsay-Shillingford was diagnosed with COVID-19, her VA telehealth nurse Joanna Sainvil helped save her as she recovered at home.
William Vaughn’s Huey helicopter was sprayed with a herbicide that packed a lifelong punch. Today, he uses telehealth on a regular basis to meet with his VA psychologist to discuss his chronic pain.
If you are a Veteran in crisis
or concerned about one, connect with our caring, qualified responders for confidential help. Many of
them are Veterans themselves.
Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net.
Last updated November 27, 2022
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