• With e-bike from VA, no more walking to work

    Veteran Donald Bowman was surprised when VA offered to provide him with an e-bike for his commute to work. And ended his homelessness, too.

  • 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.

  • Homeless man has his own apartment after she asked, “Are you a Veteran?”

    A VA peer support specialist asked a homeless man if he was a Veteran. Days later, he was enrolled in VA health care and in his own apartment.

  • The good Samaritans… a VA police officer and his wife

    VA police officer Paul Hicks had just finished his shift when his wife called, leading him on a quest to help a homeless Veteran.

  • A Veteran’s journey: Fired, PTSD, suicide attempt, jail, homeless, rescued

    Veteran Mike Onrubia tells of his struggles and how VA’s Compensated Work Therapy program saved him. He now works for VA.

  • Homeless and Community Residential Care programs help older Veterans

    When this Marine Veteran was homeless, VA found him a home. After a house fire, VA was there again with programs for senior Veterans.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Mike

    After 6 years in the Marine Corps, Mike found transition to civilian life difficult. He ended up homeless, living in his car, but turned his life around with VA programs for homeless Vets.

  • Amazon donation helps connect 1,000+ homeless Veterans

    More than 1,000 Veterans received phones to stay connected to care and their loved ones through VA's Homeless program, thanks to a donation from Amazon.

  • Veterans get assistance at Virtual Veterans Experience Action Center in Phoenix

    Phoenix VA Regional Office held a Virtual Veterans Experience Action Center event, a unique opportunity for Veterans to get assistance with VA benefits they earned through their military service.

  • Providing prosthetic care to homeless Veteran

    VA Mobile Orthotic & Prosthetic Services team travels to Pioneer Park in Seattle to build a new prosthetic leg for a homeless Veteran. VA physician and prosthetist providing “life changing” care.

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