• Why I get my health care at VA: Polytrauma helps Veterans survive multiple traumas and injuries

    Hear from Veterans who have survived multiple serious injuries and how VA is helping them in the Polytrauma program.

  • Veterans Justice Program outreach specialist helps incarcerated Veterans

    Veterans Justice Outreach Specialist coordinates with justice systems to help justice-involved Veterans in local courts and jails.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Veterans speak on Vet Centers

    Hear from Veterans who know Vet Centers – storefront centers staffed by combat Veterans understand what it’s like to transition.

  • VA helps Army Veteran find stable housing, medical care

    From working with surface-to-air missiles to sleeping in his car, Army Veteran found help, health care and a home thanks to VA services.

  • VA Pacific Islands groundbreaking on new VA clinic in Kalaeloa

    VA held a groundbreaking ceremony for the Advanced Leeward Outpatient Healthcare Access (ALOHA) project in Kalaeloa, Pacific Islands.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Army Reserve Veteran Josh

    After multiple traumatic brain injuries in Iraq, Josh returned to the states and found everyday life a challenge. He came to VA for help.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Army Veteran Adam

    A chemical exposure damaged Adam’s health and changed his life. Adam credits his entire VA team for pulling him out of a deep dark hole.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Army Veteran Scott

    After two tours as an IED hunter in Iraq, Josh returned to the states. He had a difficult time adjusting, and was always on high alert, until he went through prolonged exposure therapy at VA.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Army Reserve Veteran Josh

    After two tours as an IED hunter in Iraq, Josh returned to the states. He had a difficult time adjusting, and was always on high alert until he went through prolonged exposure therapy at VA.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Army Veteran Angie

    Angie was sexually assaulted while serving in the Army and for 10 years used alcohol and drugs to cope with the resulting PTSD. She sought help from VA and was in treatment within a week.

  • VA genetics program aims to increase mental health treatments for Veterans

    Leaders of the Million Veteran Program (MVP) are addressing this gap through a new initiative called MVP MIND. It will survey 50,000 new participants with serious mental health conditions about their experiences. MVP officials believe such efforts will lead to more powerful research into these issues and better treatments.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Brandon

    Brandon joined the Marine Corps in 2001 and deployed to Iraq. Like many Veterans, he brought the war home with him. He used alcohol to cope but with help from VA he’s turned his life around.

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