• Police officer at VA Bedford saves stranger’s life

    VA police officer Anthony Harris was driving home when he saw a man on a bridge, ready to jump. He talked him down and saved his life.

  • Chicago VA hospital reaches vaccine milestone

    Fifty-three percent of Veterans receiving health care at Hines have received at least one dose either through Hines, its six outpatient clinics, or its homeless and homebound care outreach programs.

  • Operation Gratitude: Serving Those Who Serve and Paying It Forward

    Operation Gratitude helped more than 600,000 heroes in 2020. Become a virtual volunteer with Operation Gratitude to help support Veterans, mil families, and front line health care workers today.

  • Telehealth keeps California Veterans safe during wildfires

    California Veterans remain safe and have access to the high-quality health care they need thanks to VA’s Remote Patient Monitoring – Home Telehealth program, which connects VA to Veterans in a crisis.

  • Veteran guides others with PTSD to avoid suicidal thoughts

    Veteran Jeff Henson’s calling in life is to show people who have attempted or have had thoughts of suicide that there is another way. 1,100 men and women have gone through the Save A Warrior program.

  • Cycling For Servicemembers

    Tracy Sefcik undertook a 3,142-mile bicycle ride from San Diego, California to St. Augustine, Florida to raise funds for the Gary Sinise Foundation.

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