• Her personal mission to help homeless Veterans

    Amanda Frelka-Bruch brought a homeless man lunch. She was flabbergasted to learn he was a Veteran who had served two tours in Afghanistan. Her sister, a VA nurse, suggested how she could help.

  • Unexpected Marine reunion inside Milwaukee VA Emergency Department

    When Max Zaruba sliced his finger in a freak accident, he wasn't expecting a Marine reunion inside the Milwaukee VA until he saw his old buddy from Iraq.

  • VA, caregivers work together to help ailing Veterans

    It is a tough, labor-of-love, kind of job. VA partners with family member caregivers to help provide critical round-the-clock support of their Veterans.

  • Tai chi helps heal deep military trauma

    George Koerner still remembers the charred bodies and the war dead. After suffering from years of post-traumatic stress, he found relief through tai chi.

  • Milwaukee VA police save man from heroin overdose

    Three Milwaukee VA police jumped into action after a man riding the city bus overdosed on heroin. The police and a VA doctor saved his life.

  • Milwaukee VA, recreation therapy helps Army Vet put back pieces

    David Ryba had trouble after the Army piecing his life together. He got help at the Milwaukee VA. Now his missing puzzle piece photo is going national.

  • Independence Drive lets ALS Veteran live on his terms

    When Garrett and Jennifer Smith got the news of his […]

  • Milwaukee and Madison VA team up for tai chi seminar, promote healing, mental clarity

    Milwaukee VA, Madison VA, other community partners, team up for three-day tai chi seminar to promote healing and mental clarity.

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