• Servicemember Transitional Advanced Rehabilitation (STAR) Program for SOF service members and Veterans

    STAR is a rehabilitation program for Special Operations Forces service members and Veterans. It facilitates recovery, function, reintegration, and transition.

  • Help Veterans get back in action as a physical therapist

    Whether helping a Veteran recover from surgery or increasing their mobility, your career as a physical therapist at VA will always be rewarding.

  • Help Veterans reclaim their independence as an occupational therapist

    With numerous specialties and fields of focus, your career as an occupational therapist at VA offers unmatched rewards.

  • 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.

  • Healthier drinking habits to improve your wellbeing

    The VetChange mobile app can help you to stop or cut back on drinking and learn healthier ways to manage PTSD symptoms.

  • VA offers Navy Veteran Ken Swartz, other amputees, innovative treatment

    Navy Veteran Ken Swartz is standing, walking and driving better these days thanks to Osseointegration, an innovative amputee treatment option.

  • Virtual care opens doors to more TBI treatment options for Veterans

    Virtual care means Veterans with TBI have access to specialized polytrauma and TBI clinical services no matter where they live.

  • Vietnam Veteran’s free guitar lessons for fellow Vets

    Vietnam Veteran gives Veterans free guitar and song writing lessons. He helped some with PTSD write their songs down and record their own album.

  • Why I get my health care at VA: Polytrauma helps Veterans survive multiple traumas and injuries

    Hear from Veterans who have survived multiple serious injuries and how VA is helping them in the Polytrauma program.

  • Marine Corps Veteran fights diabetes with VA support

    Dangerous blood sugar levels, then a severe infection, then amputation. Through it all, Marine Corps Veteran is optimistic and grateful to VA.

  • Amarillo VA celebrates new prosthetic and rehabilitation wing

    New Prosthetics and Rehabilitation Clinic more than triples previous clinical space and includes an Activities of Daily Living clinic.

  • Five unique ways to serve Veterans as a physician assistant

    Your expertise as a physician assistant can be applied to numerous specialties within VA, all of them helping Veterans find the care they need.

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