• Lifting Veteran voices to reimagine health care

    For the past year, a unique project has connected with more than 250 Veterans, service members and caregivers to reimagine VA’s future.

  • Golden retriever, Honor, makes a special visit to Muskogee VA

    Golder retriever Honor proudly holds the position of Facility Dog. Recently, she was able to visit for the first time since the pandemic began.

  • A VA skeptic finds support through homeless program

    Homeless off and on for 30 years, Army Veteran finally takes his son advice, goes to VA and receives benefits he earned…and a place to live.

  • Treating Veterans with lingering “Long COVID”

    Pittsburgh VA has established a multi-specialty clinic to treat post-COVID conditions. Symptoms that linger are known as “Long COVID.”

  • Protect yourself, your family and your data from vaccination card scams

    Forging or faking a vaccination card is punishable with up to five years in prison. Here’s what you need to know to guard against scams.

  • Alabama Nurses Association honors VA nurse

    Nurses Association honors VA Nurse Cindy Jones for making the ultimate sacrifice. She passed away from COVID-19 in 2020.

  • VA and The Green Chair Project provide newly housed Veterans with household necessities

    The partnership between Durham VA and The Green Chair Project provides Veterans well-equipped homes that can nurture and sustain individuals,

  • Dallas Vet Center offers women Veterans MST support

    Coping with Military Sexual Trauma - a new support group for military sexual trauma. It’s psychoeducational basics and covers PTSD 101. Coping skills and different therapies to help Veterans.

  • Amid shortage of face masks, researchers explore 3D options to guard against COVID-19, other infectious diseases

    A newly published study evaluated how well the 3D masks perform, with a focus on the filter materials used to block out airborne particles and liquid contaminants. The project team found a wide range of filter efficiency in the 3D masks, including some filters that met or closely approached the criteria needed to make a typical N95. Others did not filter nearly as well when matched up against the N95.

  • Acting Under Secretary Stone: Imperative we vaccinate as many people as possible as quickly as possible

    Make no mistake, the end of this pandemic is not guaranteed without each of us continuing to take action. We haven’t crossed the finish line yet and we must not get complacent.

  • WVA occupational therapy team connects virtually

    The occupational therapy team at the Martinsburg VA Medical Center uses VA Video Connect to connect with its Veterans virtually. “To give meaning and value to one’s life when somebody can feel so isolated.”

  • VA baby showers help Veterans amid the pandemic

    VA Veteran mom baby showers: Usual in-person in-door celebrations in VA Medical Centers adapted to drive-through or virtual platforms. Nearly 300 moms were honored at 14 medical centers.

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