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VA recognizes the critical role family caregivers play in enabling Veterans to stay in their homes. That’s why VA announces the expansion of the Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers this October.
September is Suicide Prevention Month and VA wants to remind Veterans and their loved ones through the Be There campaign that small actions can make a big difference to Veterans experiencing difficult times
August is National Immunization Awareness Month This observance highlights the importance of getting recommended vaccines throughout your life. Talk to your provider to ensure you are current on recommended vaccines.
To maintain the safety of our patients and staff, and to preserve the capacity of the clinical workforce during the pandemic, VA is offering the option to replace in-person appointments with telephone or video visits.
Join us online Tues., June 30 from 3-4pm for a Virtual Town Hall hosted by Director Al Montoya. Go to http://site-714712.bcvp0rtal.com/ on any device with a web browser. Ask questions using the chat window.
For Veterans facing a mental health challenge, now is the time to start your journey toward a healthier tomorrow. For their families and friends, now is the time to start a conversation that you’re there for support.
Service members of every era, branch, gender, and sexual identity have survived military sexual trauma. MST is a term used by VA to refer to sexual assault or sexual harassment experienced during military service.