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“When I heard they needed us, I knew I had to go.” Seven nurses from Houston VA traveled to New Orleans VA to care for Veterans with COVID-19. They returned “more confident in my skills.”
Drugs, homeless, suicide attempts. Army Veteran’s remarkable story of recovery: “The cost of starting over is too damn high. I focus on the future as best I can and keep my side of the street clean.”
Houston VA Breast Imaging Center is “a very elite, high-quality practice – with two 3-D mammography machines - that can meet the needs of our Veterans and be a shining star in the Houston community.”
Mental health is good medicine, and the Houston VA Medical Center is making it easier than ever to receive psychological services.
For two Army Vietnam Veterans fighting cancer, living at the Houston VA Fisher House has taken the worry out of everyday living and getting better.
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 November 26, 2022
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