• Share your compassion and understanding as a VA social worker

    As a social worker at VA, your valued contributions make sure that health care for our Veterans is complete and coordinated.

  • Report links substance use and suicide among Veterans, offers support

    While the public is aware of some key risk factors for suicide among Veterans, they are often unaware of the devastating relationship between substance use and suicide.

  • VA provides fertility and infertility care

    VA is here to support you as you build your family. From infertility and fertility treatment to mental health counseling, we provide resources and support that can address your family planning needs.

  • Abilene Vet Center celebrates Women Veterans Day

    Abilene Vet Center staff members held a luncheon to honor women Veterans and to show their appreciation on Women Veterans Day June 12.

  • Tele-mental health care brings options to Texas Veterans

    “Our mental health department was ahead of the curve…we increased access to mental health care, medication management and counseling for patients who may not have otherwise had it.”

  • 7 stress resources Veterans can use right now

    As a Veteran, you might experience difficult life events or challenges after leaving the military. We’re here to help no matter how big or small the problem may be. VA offers a variety of mental health resources for Veterans, family members and friends.

  • Telemental health for Veterans expands care and career options

    VA telemental health professionals are giving you greater access to counseling from anywhere in the world — including from home — on a secured channel.

  • Vietnam Veteran Finds Closure at Local Vet Center

    Local Vietnam Veteran finds closure at St. Louis Vet Center

  • ABOUT FACE: Art therapy’s self-reflective role in Veteran readjustment

    Workshops allow Veterans to show others how they see themselves by painting a self-portrait in a supportive environment among other Veterans.

  • VA’s readjustment counseling service provides needed support during Camp Fire disaster

    The Chico Vet Center, in Chico, California, was the first place many Veterans gathered for safety as the devastating Camp Fire in Paradise destroyed their homes and engulfed their community.

  • Vet Centers: Welcome Home Veterans!

    They may be in a strip mall or on main street downtown. For many returning Veterans, VA Vet Centers are the first helping hand. Here’s a look at what they provide and how to find yours.

  • Deployed Vet center staff helps those affected by Hurricane Michael

    Vet Center counseling and referral services are available at the medical station during its operating hours, which are 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. 

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