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Your COVID-19 questions answered. We’re listening to your questions about COVID-19 vaccines and hosting blogs on questions from Veterans.
VA Geriatric Scholar Christy Rothermel is helping homebound and rural Veterans keep pace with VA’s rapid telehealth expansion.
You Asked, We Answered: Learn about the Omicron variant and how it differs from other strains, and the benefit of COVID-19 booster shots.
Innovation Revolutionary: VA employee Charles Franklin revolutionizes ridesharing to tackle health care inequality for Veterans.
Central Virginia VA offers wide range of virtual services for enrolled Veterans. VA Telehealth Services since the pandemic up by 1,200%.
Evidence Synthesis Program evaluates research studies to identify promising treatments and services to provide effective care for VA patients.
Staff stress during a pandemic is inevitable. The Salisbury VA hospital has a stress control program to help staff continue to care for Veterans.
The pandemic didn’t stop Veterans from submitting visual art and creative writing to the annual Lovell Veterans Creative Arts Festival. Learn more, including who won.
Using COVID-19 direct-hire authority, VA is addressing critical needs in our facilities with over 200 jobs now posted.
When the restaurant where he worked closed, Army Veteran was referred to the Housing and Urban Development-VA Supportive Housing program.
Five retired nurses suited up for the COVID-19 battle at the Houston VA. “As a Veteran and a nurse, this is where I belong right now.”
Depressed Navy Veteran found Whole Health which made life easier. VA gave him the help he needed to get back to living his best life.
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 October 6, 2022
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