• Best of 2021: Top Veteran Resources of the year

    Every week, VA sends a weekly newsletter—#VetResources—filled with valuable content, including free resources. Here are the top 10 for 2021.

  • Spread joy, not flu this season: Free flu shot at VA or 70,000+ network providers

    Veterans enrolled in VA health care who have received care from either VA or community provider within the past 24 months are eligible for a free flu shot.

  • Free Veteran training for Microsoft Software and Systems Academy 

    Microsoft Software & Systems Academy (MSSA) is offering free Veteran training in some of the technology industry’s most in-demand roles.

  • RallyPoint members pay tribute to Veterans during the pandemic

    RallyPoint online community members pay tribute to and visit graves for others who are unable to travel or visit their deceased loved ones. Join this conversation and more on RallyPoint.

  • Veterans: #FightFlu this year with a flu shot

    Help fight the flu by getting a flu shot at no charge. Getting a flu shot helps protect you, your family and loved ones and your community from getting sick with the flu. Even more important this year.

  • Veterans, Gold Star Families get free entrance to national parks, refuges, other public lands

    Veterans and Gold Star Families will be granted free access to national parks, wildlife refuges and other Federal lands managed by the Department of the Interior starting on Veterans Day this year and every day onward.

  • United Through Reading offer free books and mobile app for Veterans, military

    United Through Reading offers free resources and audio recording to Veteran and military families. Reading together helps connect families, even when separated.

  • Clinical Contact Center ready to answer Veterans’ questions

    Clinical Contact Center lets Veterans get answers on health questions or have a virtual visit with a doctor or nurse practitioner. Modernization expected to expand across the country in future years.

  • American Red Cross Military & Veteran Caregiver Network offers peer support and robust resource library

    American Red Cross Military and Veteran Caregiver support program offers free resources and peer support, giving help and hope to caregivers.

  • Free Braille and Talking Book Program for Veterans

    This program, from the National Library Service (NLS) and the Library of Congress, provides talking books, audio magazines, and digital talking-book players free of charge to eligible Veterans.

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