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Vet Center: Veteran Sandra Hardy no longer suffering in silence

Although Vet Centers offer unlimited counseling appointments, U.S. Army Veteran Sandra Hardy had it set in her mind she would only need a couple of visits.  Three years later, she's still going.

By |December 17th, 2021|Health, Vet Centers|1 Comment

Puerto Rico bound: Vet Center mobile health unit will provide mental health services

The Vet Center Mobile Health Clinic is headed to Puerto Rico. The mobile clinic staff will provide services to rural Veterans all over the island.

By |December 3rd, 2021|Health|Comments Off on Puerto Rico bound: Vet Center mobile health unit will provide mental health services

Vet Center helping to redefine “I’m fine”

Navy Vietnam Veteran Harry Collins always believed he was fine. He stuck to his daily routines and went to work, leading an outwardly normal life. But his "I'm fine" routine never included how to manage his thoughts and emotions following his war time service. 

By |July 15th, 2021|Vet Centers|2 Comments

VA deploys Mobile Vet Center to Surfside community following condo collapse

VA has deployed a Mobile Vet Center to Surfside, Florida, to support individuals impacted by the events of the Champlain Towers South condo collapse. The Mobile Vet Center will provide free, easily accessible mental health resources and counseling to individuals in crisis.

By |June 30th, 2021|Disaster Response, Top Stories, Vet Centers|Comments Off on VA deploys Mobile Vet Center to Surfside community following condo collapse

VA deploys Mobile Vet Centers to Capitol Grounds

Today, VA announced the deployment of two Mobile Vet Centers to the Capitol Grounds to ensure that those impacted by the events of January 6th can access support and mental health resources needed during this critical time. The two Mobile Vet Centers will provide free, easily accessible mental health resources and counseling to the U.S. Capitol Police, members of the National Guard, and any Congressional staff in crisis.

By |February 2nd, 2021|Disaster Response, Mental Health|3 Comments
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