• November 17, 2021

    This November, VA celebrates Native American Heritage Month and recognizes Native American military Veterans. At VA, we are dedicated to ensuring Native American Veterans and members get the world-class benefits and services they have earned.

  • November 1, 2021

    The public will be able to walk on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Plaza and lay flowers in front of the Tomb on Nov. 9 and 10, 2021. The flower ceremony will start at 8 a.m. Nov. 9 with representatives from the Crow Nation placing flowers at the Tomb. They will recite a prayer in honor of Chief Plenty Coups, who served as a scout for the U.S. Army.

  • August 2, 2021

    In this 250th episode of Borne the Battle, Marine Corps Veteran and Olympic Gold Medalist and Lakota Warrior Billy Mills talks service, Olympics, and current work with Running Strong for American Indian Youth.

  • November 29, 2020

    Lori Piestewa, a single mother of two, hoped to one day realize her goal of attaining a college degree. But in April 2003, she became the first Native American soldier and the first woman to die in the Iraq War. For this #NNAHM, we honor her service.

  • October 2, 2019

    HUD-VASH is the Department of Housing and Urban Development-VA Supported Housing—a joint program between HUD and VA that assists Veterans and their families.

  • February 21, 2019

    Purple Heart Recipient Edward Yazzie attends the June 14 VA Claims Event in Chinle, Arizona. This time last [...]

  • November 21, 2018

      HARLINGEN, Texas -- VA Texas Valley Coastal Bend Health Care System (VCB) recently held a special event in observance [...]

  • July 12, 2018

    The Milwaukee VA regional office collaborated withVA's Office of Tribal and Government Relations and VBA’s Benefits Assistance Service to assist Veterans with their VA claims was well as educate and promote awareness of VA benefits. 

  • March 8, 2018

    Throughout 2018, VA is launching a nationwide campaign to roll out Veteran disability enrollment claim events collaboratively with 20 tribal communities. 

  • December 21, 2017

    In 2010, two nurses from the Overton Brooks VA Medical Center’s Community Outpatient Clinic in Texarkana, Ark., Delta Morris and Stephanie Greer, heard a Veteran say he did not have enough food for him and his wife.

  • December 7, 2017

    The conference, organized by the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, provided an opportunity to build relationships between the administration, state, local, and tribal leaders who are leading efforts to better serve Veterans.

  • December 5, 2017

    After her military service, Alvina White Bull struggled to maintain civilian employment, which led to problems with drugs and alcohol. [...]