• No slowing down: Get VA’s mobile app and keep moving

    VA’s new mobile app lets Veterans access benefits and health care resources when they want, where they want—right from their smartphone.

  • VA’s mobile app offers Veterans convenient access to VA health and benefits

    VA's mobile app for health and benefits gives Veterans access to a personalized experience to connect with VA.

  • G.I. Jobs celebrates 20th anniversary with new tools for Veterans

    All of the functionality for everything we offer at G.I. Jobs is now available for free on your phone. Read the current magazine or look up a past issue. Register for a Get Hired Workshop or Virtual Career Expo. Look up articles regarding jobs, trends and tips. With this app, you can connect to civilian opportunities anywhere.

  • Afghanistan: Resources available for PTSD

    The last part of this series focuses on resources available for PTSD. While this series focused on Afghanistan Veterans, options apply to all Veterans.

  • Join us for 30 Days of Self Care using VA’s Covid Coach mobile app

    Join the National Center for PTSD’s 30 Days of Self Care with the the COVID Coach mobile app. Download the app today for tips on how to relax and recharge.

  • Find free local events with Team RWB’s new app

    Team Red, White & Blue's new mobile app gives Veterans real-time access to local events like running, hiking, cycling, yoga, functional fitness, rock climbing, rucking, mountain biking and many more.

  • VA releases free mobile app to streamline health care access for Veterans and caregivers

    Make appointments, lose weight, send secure messages, download your VA care history -- all from your phone with the new VA Launchpad mobile app.

  • New mobile application helps Veterans become more involved in their health care

    This app is unique in the mobile health market and is the only VA-developed app for pressure ulcer prevention with tools for both Veterans and their caregivers.

  • Mobile app helps Veteran drop weight and live healthily

    ​U.S. Navy Veteran Richard Dalton readily admits one of his biggest limitations while trying to lose weight was himself.

  • VA Begins Implementation of Open Source EHR

    To advance health care services, VA has utilized telemedicine to extend their reach. The open source Electronic Health Record, VistA, is one tool.

  • Mobile App Helps Veterans with PTSD

    Clinical Psychologist for the National Center for PTSD

    Teams at VA’s National Center for PTSD and DoD’s National Center for Telehealth and Technology have collaborated to create a mobile phone application (app) to help Veterans and Service Members who have, or may have PTSD.

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