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Vet Centers were established to support the significant number of Vietnam-era Veterans who were not accessing VA services. They provide readjustment counseling and many other services.
VA and the U.S. Department of Labor are joining forces to help Veterans who are facing homelessness secure and maintain employment.
A Veteran shares advice based on his experiences after deployment and integration back to civilian life.
VA partners with the non-profit Easter Seals to offer better support to Veterans and their families through caregiver services.
VA and Easter Seals partner to provide training to Family Caregivers. A program application for services is available for injured post-9/11 Veterans.
A VA employee explores the private school tuition cap from the new GI Bill legislation, and the impact it might have on Veterans.
With the ROTC debates at Columbia University, attention has been drawn to the civilian-military divide. An Iraq veteran shares his views on the situation.
VA Secretary Shinseki urges Vets attending college to graduate, speaking of the obstacles and solutions in progress to aid veterans in this mission.
A look at the civilian-Veteran divide in relation to events at Columbia University and debate on the return of ROTC.
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 November 28, 2022
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