• Higher education support services available for Veterans with disabilities

    As we come to the end of another year, many […]

  • 12 ways to create community this holiday and connect with other Veterans

    Holidays can be a difficult time for many Veterans. Connecting with former service members can alleviate some of that stress and ward off loneliness.

  • VA family and caregiver resources

    Family members of Veterans are currently facing two challenges – supporting the Veteran they love with all they are thinking and feeling and coping with their own thoughts and feelings. VA has resources and information for both of these challenges.

  • Wounded Warrior Project stands ready to serve Veterans

    Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) serves post-9/11 wounded warriors, their caregivers, and their families. Warriors never pay a penny for our programs — because they paid their dues on the battlefield.

  • Free help at home for Veterans from the Elizabeth Dole Foundation

    The Elizabeth Dole Foundation’s Respite Relief Program provides FREE caregiving support to you, the Veteran, while giving your family caregiver a time for respite so they can run an errand, go for a walk, or simply relax. This free program is available to caregivers of pre and post 9/11 active-duty service members and Veterans. 

  • Let’s talk about Afghanistan: Resources for Veterans and their families

    Due to Veterans from all eras reacting to the events in Afghanistan, such as withdrawal and take over by the Taliban, VA is working quickly to share resources, call center information, peer support and other community services.

  • Veterans get new chance to serve on vaccination campaign

    The Veterans Coalition for Vaccination (VCV) mobilizes Veterans to deliver vaccines anywhere from the inner city to the most rural outpost in the U.S. and hopefully improve equitable access to vaccinations to all Americans, regardless of geographic or socioeconomic limitations.

  • #VeteranOfTheDay Army Veteran Angie Holbrook

    Today’s #VeteranOfTheDay is Army Veteran Angie Holbrook, who served two tours in Iraq and retired after 27 years in service.

  • Surfing San Diego provides healing at Summer Sports

    Blind, amputee and other Veterans learn firsthand about the healing waters of the San Diego surf at VA's Summer Sports Clinic.

  • Veteran and his dog are making 2,650 mile trek

    Kenneth Brock, a U.S. Army Veteran,  and his service dog Pam began a 2,650 mile trek across America to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project

  • Transitions to VA care made easy with partnerships

    If you are a Veteran receiving health care at the Marcus Institute of Brain Health or the Wounded Warrior Project, VA makes it easy for you to transition to VA health care.

  • VA’s Office of Transition and Economic Development engages Puerto Rico’s Veteran community

    VA recently hosted and participated in a series of partnership events in Puerto Rico to advance the economic success of service members, Veterans and families living on the island.

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