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“Down here in Louisiana, we take care of our neighbors.” Veteran Chris Cox and his VFW buddies served over 1,800 meals after Hurricane Ida.
VA is starting to execute its fourth mission of supporting the national COVID-19 response, VA Secretary Robert Wilkie said March 30 during a radio interview.
Registered Nurses Betzi Solla, Lucy Martin and Marguerita Pena-Agressott spent two weeks in Puerto Rico, volunteering through the Disaster Emergency Medical Personnel System (DEMPS) program.
Eight months have passed since Hurricane Maria made landfall in […]
For weeks after hurricanes Irma and Maria struck the island of Puerto Rico, Dr. Sarai Ambert-Pompey struggled to reach two of her family members — an uncle who is a Veteran and an aunt who had been sick.
A month and a half after the devastation of Hurricane […]
At VA, we strive to do all we can to […]
Check out this summary of information and resources available to Veterans who have been impacted by Hurricane Irma.
With more than half a million Veterans affected by Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath, VA is reaching out to those who may need assistance, health care and information on benefits.
The contributions received from this special solicitation will be given to the PenFed Foundation, who will be giving grants to Veterans and VA employees impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
VA’s Veterans Benefits Administration has developed mechanisms to help Veterans impacted by Hurricane Harvey receive their benefit payments if their normal mail cannot be delivered.
Services such as GI Bill, home loan servicing and VA's Specially Adapted Housing grant program are standing by to assist Veteran affected by the storm and unprecedented flooding in the Houston area.
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 September 28, 2022
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