From July 13th through 15th, VA partnered with the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs, United Way 211, and other community partners to host the latest V-VEAC in Kentucky. This event provided immediate action on the needs of 383 Veterans.
VA partnered with the Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs, United Way 211, and other community partners to host the latest V-VEAC in Arkansas April 6-8. 2021. This event provided immediate action on the needs of 657 Veterans.
Army Veteran George Werhonig needed a person to listen to his concerns to serve him. Ashley Hernandez, a Veteran services officer with the Montana Veterans Affairs Division, turned out to be that person.
On August 26 and 27, it all began. The Breaking Boundaries: Collaboration Challenge launched the 2021 VHA iEX Virtual Event Series.
By Matthew Razak|2021-09-17T10:22:41-04:00September 16th, 2021|Health, VA Innovations|Comments Off on VHA Innovation Experience kicks off with 10 Breaking Boundaries: Collaboration Challenge winners named
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.
This is a four-part series about Afghanistan Veterans and how they can get help through VA. The first part discusses how Veterans can reconcile their service. The second part of this series focuses on how those who served in Afghanistan can learn from those who served in Vietnam. The third part of this series focuses on spouses and caregivers, who are often on the [...]
By Dominique Ramirez|2021-09-13T16:50:59-04:00August 3rd, 2021|Comments Off on Help for Afghanistan Veterans and families