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Calling military spouses! If you're frequently moving, VA offers job security, flexibility, child care, and many other benefits!
VA Police is hiring! VA's police force needs to hire law enforcement staff to grow and maintain its 4,000-member police force.
A graphic novel-style guide uses storytelling and expressive art to describe housing and health care resources for Veterans facing homelessness.
At 61, Army Veteran Kathleen Cashaw wasn’t sure she could earn a college degree. VA’s Vocational Rehabilitation program “Always directed me to the positive. If you really want to succeed you will.”
Measurement-based care transforms the way VA delivers mental health care. VA enhances mental health treatment by encouraging patient-provider dialogue.
VA encourages women Veterans to make sure firearms are stored safely in the home and to talk to friends and family about proper firearm storage and safety.
Denise Dulude retired in January 2020 after 37 years with VA. Then her former supervisor called and asked if she wanted to come back. “Of course. If I can help, I want to be there.”
VA is committed to providing high-quality, respectful care for Veterans with LGBT and related identities, as well as their families. June is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month.
Parade organizers and community members showed their appreciation of VA employees. Employees' hard work and commitment to serving America’s heroes has not gone unnoticed.
Dr. Alison Grazioli sees a lot of patients every day through telehealth. She’s at the Cincinnati VA Medical Center. Her patients are 250 miles away at the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center in Clarksburg, West Virginia.
The VA Office of Rural Health raises awareness and education for its mental health and suicide prevention programs for rural Veterans.
Dieting is not always the best way to improve your health. Staying on a diet is not usually sustainable. If you start building healthy habits into your day, you can achieve long-term success.
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 February 21, 2017
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