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The committee advises and recommends policy and legislative changes to VA's secretary to better serve Women Veterans.
“Bikes for Vets” helps overcome barriers to affordable and reliable transportation for many Veterans that are looking for work or are already working and do not have the resources available for transportation.
Dr. Megan McCarthy, deputy director for VA’s Suicide Prevention Program, was honored with an AMVETS Silver Helmet Award.
Frank Kiss was awarded the Silver Star and a Purple Heart for his selfless and heroic acts during the Korean War.
Many organizations come to depend on their volunteers. The Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs is one of those agencies that not only depends on, but also cherishes, its volunteers.
During the event, viewers will learn about mobile apps for better health, video appointments and much more.
VA recognizes Veteran homelessness as a critical issue, and is committed to prevention and offering resources.
Unfortunately, post-9/11 unemployment among Veterans is in the double digits. In order to counter this, VA partners with the US Department of Energy.
VA is working to improve their relationships with the 565 federally recognized Native American tribes and the Veterans which come from them.
VA seeks to shift from an inpatient system to a continuum of health care. Focus is on home-based primary care, outpatient clinics, and telehealth services.
VA Medical Center volunteers experience issues with their 100% Unemployable status for mental health disability. A response from the VBA is requested.
A VA researcher and former NASA astronaut shares her views on the VA-NASA partnership and the advances being made through current research.
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 April 27, 2017
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