• The Greatest Mission: Caring for those at risk of homelessness

    The mission of the Errera Community Care Center is to help individuals struggling with homelessness to live successfully in their communities.

  • VA and faith leaders address rural Veteran mental health crisis

    VA Office of Rural Health and VA’s National Chaplain Service join forces to connect rural Veterans to important mental health resources.

  • Veterans walking from Bangor to San Francisco… virtually

    When COVID-19 forced Veterans to limit outdoor interactions, the Omaha VA mental health team developed new ways to keep Veterans active.

  • VA’s Whole Health proves life changing for Navy Veteran

    Whole Health centers around what matters to you, not what is the matter with you. Veteran David Muniz shares his experience with Whole Health and why he is now a Whole Health coach, helping other Veterans.

  • Transitional Work Program helps Veteran find stability

    Marine Corps Veteran Len Woodard was a skilled welder by trade but wanted a different job for more stability. VA’s Transitional Work Program was a perfect answer. His instructor tells his story.

  • Psychiatric medication and weight gain among women Veterans

    VA researchers spoke with women Veterans who gained weight after taking prescription medications to treat serious mental illness. They also interviewed providers who prescribe these medicines.

  • Cincinnati VA’s TRAC helps Veterans recover, grow, hope… and drum

    A program called TRAC at Cincinnati VA helps Veterans cope with mental illness by encouraging living life to the fullest, focusing on inner strength.

  • VA top employees who work to find Veterans work

    VA has a program that helps Veterans living with mental illness or physical impairment overcome the barriers to employment. Meet three of their people whose dedication to that goal is remarkable.

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