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    Caregivers have been overlooked by VA over the years, but those days are over, VA Secretary Denis McDonough said Oct. 29. Speaking at the Elizabeth Dole Foundation’s Sixth Annual National Convening, McDonough said one of VA’s most important jobs is to support caregivers.

  • Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) is here for families of the fallen

    TAPS will always provide a safe space and supportive community for all those grieving a military loss– to walk alongside the families of our nation’s fallen heroes on each step of their grief journey. Each step of the way, TAPS will always provide comfort, support, and, most importantly, hope.

  • Veterans can help survivors plan ahead

    There are certain steps and helpful tools Veterans can take to plan ahead and help their survivors navigate VA when the inevitable comes.

  • USPS is hiring nationwide, Veterans and families get preference

    USPS wants to fill the more than 100K open positions with Veterans and their families.

  • How to plan your legacy with the VA Survivors and Burial Benefits kit

    After the passing of a loved one who has served this country, many survivors do not know what to do or where to begin to obtain VA assistance. VA has prepared a burial benefits kit to help guide Veterans, service members and their families after the loss of a loved one.

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    The Uniting for Suicide Postvention (USPV) podcast series was developed to improve awareness and understanding of suicide postvention.

  • Advocating for Survivors of America’s Veterans

    The Department of Veterans Affairs is committed to helping and advocating for the Survivors of America's Veterans. Learn more about what they are doing.

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