• Innovation Revolutionary: Designing accessible blood pressure monitoring

    Kimberly Jones and Bob Smith: VA Innovation Ecosystem Revolutionaries designing a new accessible blood pressure cuff for at-home use.

  • Creative arts therapy festival winners announced at Chicago VA

    The pandemic didn’t stop Veterans from submitting visual art and creative writing to the annual Lovell Veterans Creative Arts Festival. Learn more, including who won.

  • Helping Veterans and their families with personalized mental health consultations

    Involving a Veteran’s close family members and friends in their mental health treatment and recovery can help the Veteran cope with mental illness or emotional challenges. And help them enjoy life.

  • Veterans in the News: Shawn Campbell turned to scuba diving for therapy

    Like many Veterans, Shawn Campbell, 38, had a difficult time […]

  • Free Steam games for Veterans and their families

    Games to Grunts offers free video games on steam and other platforms to Veterans, military, and their families.

  • Telemental health for Veterans expands care and career options

    VA telemental health professionals are giving you greater access to counseling from anywhere in the world — including from home — on a secured channel.

  • Free Fly Fishing for Veterans Provides Serenity and Connection

    PHWFF is focused on the rehabilitation of disabled Veterans through fly fishing. The non-profit organization builds long-term relationships and communities.

  • Vietnam Veteran Finds Closure at Local Vet Center

    Local Vietnam Veteran finds closure at St. Louis Vet Center

  • VA hosts music therapy retreat in Nashville to help Veterans heal

    Department of Veterans Affairs and the nonprofit Operation Song launched the first of a series of national music therapy retreats Nov. 14-17 in Nashville, Tennessee.

  • Recovering Veterans are a tight-knit group

    In Milwaukee, Veterans with PTSD and other issues enjoy a unique elective treatment: knitting. It helps them cope and focus, it’s calming and they are very proud of the results

  • VA Vet Centers need caring mental health professionals

    VA Vet Centers need caring mental health professionals Life isn’t […]

  • Boat project helps keep Veterans afloat

    All Hands Boatworks was founded in 2013 by Bill Nimke, whose background was teaching, although not shop class. He was familiar with other youth boat-building organizations around the country and saw the possibilities provided by Milwaukee’s myriad of waterways.

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