• Telehealth hub in Boise to serve thousands of rural Veterans

    Boise's new Clinical Resource Hub provides space for VA staff to treat Veterans via telehealth and a training space for staff and students.

  • Community garden lets Veterans participate in recreational therapy care-farming

    Six new raised garden beds at the Honor VA Clinic in Kansas City promote healing, education, mental health and social well-being.

  • Kansas City VA teams up with community partners for PIT count

    Kansas City VA and community coalition did a PIT count and distributed hygiene and essentials to unhoused residents in the Kansas City metro.

  • Puerto Rico bound: Vet Center mobile health unit will provide mental health services

    The Vet Center Mobile Health Clinic is headed to Puerto Rico. The mobile clinic staff will provide services to rural Veterans all over the island.

  • Home Based Primary Care offers Veterans unique services

    For Veterans who may not be able to visit VA facilities directly, Home Based Primary Care (HBPC) provides solutions.

  • Dallas VA GERI-VET program reunited 90-year-old Veteran with spouse

    Dallas VA staff used a new GERI-VET program to reunite a Veteran and his wife of 68 years for their last days together.

  • Video: Enjoy a versatile social work career helping Veterans

    Stacy Pommer, LMSW, appeared on VA Careers' Talk About It Tuesday broadcast to discuss the variety of social work careers at VA.

  • Veterans’ caregivers supported by social workers

    The Caregiver Support Program celebrates VA’s social workers who are essential to program’s success. “They allow us to provide resources in a manner that caters to the real caregiver experience.”

  • Touching family signs a sign of the times

    Veterans from the Community Living Center were on the bus. Their families were in the parking lot with signs of love and separation. The hospital arranged the unique Safe Family Visits and Scenic Bus Rides.

  • VA, partner host program for Veterans with Parkinson’s disease

    Veteran Jay Phillips, who has Parkinson’s disease, encourages Veterans, their families and caregivers who have questions about Parkinson’s to join a free online program March 20 from 9 a.m. - noon ET.

  • Help Veterans improve their mental health as a VA social worker

    Social workers at VA are a vital part of the team, pulling together treatment plans and providing comprehensive, personalized care to Veterans.

  • VA social workers share winter and holiday self-care tips

    VA social workers offer tips for Veterans and their caregivers to stay well. Many people are struggling with guilt about missing family gatherings. Allow yourself to realize this is a challenging time.

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