• Veterans getting better care through partnerships, says VA secretary

    Veterans are getting progressively better care through partnerships, VA Secretary Robert Wilkie said Oct. 16 at an Association of the United States Army luncheon. Partnerships help Veterans through several different areas, adding to VA’s ability to provide services.

  • Veterans receive free concert, sporting event, family activity tickets

    VA noticed the incredible work VetTix is doing for Veterans and signed a partnership agreement between the two organizations.

  • New PSA urges everyone to ‘Be There for Veterans’

    In the video, narrated by actor and filmmaker Tom Hanks, VA issues a call to 'Be There' and reach out to Veterans who may be in need.

  • VA, White House, Surgeon General partner with Entertainment Industries Council for safe messaging

    VA, the White House, and the Surgeon General have partnered with Entertainment Industries Council to promote safe messaging for entertainment industry writers and produces when writing about suicide.

  • VA and SAMHSA host rural health conference to prevent Veteran suicide

    VA and SAMHSA host Rural Health Conference to Prevent Veteran Suicide on April 16–17 in Washington, D.C.

  • Navy Veteran among first participants in Pharmacogenetic Testing program for cancer survivors

    Navy Veteran and stage 4 lung cancer survivor, Patrick McGuire will be one of the first participants in a new testing program called PHASeR which will provide free genetic testing to cancer survivors cared for by VA.

  • VA and Health and Human Services partner for Governor’s Challenge to Prevent Veteran Suicide

    VA, the Department of Health and Human Services’ Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and state leaders from seven states came together Feb. 6-8 for the inaugural Governor’s Challenge to Prevent Suicide Among Service Members, Veterans and their Families.

  • VA partners with The Independence Fund to reach at-risk Veterans

    To help prevent Veteran suicide, we are partnering with The Independence Fund to reunite Veterans with their units, using the strength of their common bonds to help overcome post-military challenges.

  • VA and Humane Society of United States announce partnership

    This announcement represents the latest example of VA’s commitment to working closely with nonprofit organizations and other community partners to identify new and innovative ways to support Veterans’ health and well being.

  • Rehabilitation Through Paralympic Sports

    The Department of Veterans Affairs and U.S. Paralympics, a division of the United States Olympic Committee, announced the Olympic Opportunity Fund in 2010.

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