• Female Veterans wanted for leadership trainee program

    VA encourages female Veterans to apply for a 24-month management trainee program in environmental management services with non-competitive placement.

  • Female Veterans wanted for leadership trainee program

    VA encourages female Veterans to apply for a 24-month management trainee program in environmental management services with non-competitive placement.

  • COVID-19 vaccine, pregnancy and breastfeeding

    You Asked, We Answered: You've asked us questions regarding the COVID-19 vaccine and pregnancy or breastfeeding. Here's what you need to know.

  • The Military Sisterhood Initiative Holiday Membership Drive

    The Military Sisterhood Initiative offers a safe and inclusive space where women can reconnect with their sisters to find and offer support, join today!

  • VA Welcome Kit adds 10 new guides for Veterans and their families

    The VA Welcome Kit just added 10 new guides to help you apply for and use VA benefits and services.

  • Pregnant? You need a flu shot!

    It's important for pregnant women to get a flu shot, and to talk with their health care provider if they have questions about the vaccine.

  • Psychiatric medication and weight gain among women Veterans

    VA researchers spoke with women Veterans who gained weight after taking prescription medications to treat serious mental illness. They also interviewed providers who prescribe these medicines.

  • Meet four female Veterans who are thriving at VA

    Female Veterans enjoy thriving careers serving Veterans at VA. In this post, hear from four women who are doing just that.

  • “Eat it or starve:” food causes stress for women Veterans

    A VA study found that some Women Veterans had developed unhealthy eating habits such as binging, eating quickly, stress eating and extreme dieting. Often, those habits carried over into civilian life.

  • Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs hosts first annual Women Veterans Benefits & Resource Fair

    More than 100 women Veterans received information and services about benefits at Oklahoma's First Annual Women Veterans Benefits and Resource Fair held recently in Del City, Oklahoma.

  • Meet the women helping VA work for women Veterans

    Over the last five years, women have accounted for 30 percent of the increase in Veterans that seek out the VA for medical care. Meet some of the women currently leading VA and making VA care and benefits work for women Veterans. This article originally appeared on Military Times at https://www.militarytimes.com/opinion/commentary/2019/05/01/meet-the-women-helping-va-work-for-women-veterans/ on May 1, 2019. 

  • VA to host first women-owned small business industry day

    VA will host an industry day March 28 in Springfield, Virginia, aimed at attracting women-owned small businesses to learn more about initiating and conducting business with VA.

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