• #VADidThat: Caring for Veterans’ Whole Health

    Navy Veteran Tammy D'Alesandro shares her life-changing experience participating in VA’s Whole Health program. “This program saved my life.”

  • Veterans report positive impact with VA Whole Health

    Veterans involved in Whole Health System report greater improvements in the experience and engagement of their care and overall well-being.

  • Gerofit – Supervised exercise program for Veterans

    Gerofit can include individual and group-based exercises such as balance and strengthening classes. Program may include treadmills, bicycles, elliptical machines, and stair climbers.

  • This Mental Health Month, explore advice from Veterans to Veterans

    For Mental Health Month in May, VA encourages Veterans to take at least One Step Today from a list of 10 suggestions that have helped improve the well-being of many other Veterans.

  • Make every day count: A guide to wellness with VA

    Veterans Wellness Guide: downloadable tool to introduce Veterans to activities that improve their overall well-being. The guide takes a scientific approach to improving a person’s quality of life.

  • VA supports Whole Health for Women Veterans

    VA reminds Women Veterans: Whole Health is about treating you, the person. We want you to consider the big picture of your life, not just one symptom. Take the first step in making health a priority.

  • Veterans: Stressed over coronavirus?

    The coronavirus outbreak can increase stress and anxiety. Dealing with that stress can improve your health, quality of life, and wellbeing. Here are some expert suggestions for you and your family.

  • VA medical center reveals new Whole Health web page

    VA Nebraska-Western Iowa Health Care System is serious about Whole Health. They have a new web page that asks: What matters to you? Whole Health is care that supports your health and well-being.

  • VA’s Warrior to Soulmate (W2SM) program

    The Warrior to Soulmate program helps couples improve communication and conflict resolution skills. It’s boot camp-style skills training, a small group with other couples over one focused weekend.

  • Whole Health puts the focus on you, the Veteran

    Whole Health is a patient-centered approach to health care that considers the full range of physical, emotional, mental, social, spiritual and environmental factors that can influence your health.

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