It will soon be easier for you to get VA health care in your community without paperwork. As of Jan. 2020, you won’t have to
Category: Benefit Updates
Patients, visitors, volunteers, contractors, vendors and employees will begin to see a smoke-free policy at VA health care facilities starting Oct. 1. The policy applies to
Each person experiences grief differently when a loved one passes, but survivors should not feel confused about what to do next. The Survivors Quick Start
The Veterans Legacy Memorial, the country’s first digital platform dedicated entirely memory preservation for the 3.7 million Veterans interred in VA national cemeteries, launched Aug.
A change in Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits rules earlier this month means some student veterans will be eligible for larger housing stipends this semester.
During a speech to veterans in Kentucky, the president said the move would eliminate “$30,000 in debt owed by more than 25,000 eligible veterans”
Veterans who have a legacy appeal pending with VA have an opportunity to opt in to the Appeals Modernization program’s decision review program. The new
The Veterans Administration Medical Center in Roseburg has been warning veterans for months that a shutdown of their emergency department could be imminent. Now, that
Starting Jan. 1, all service-connected disabled veterans, Purple Heart recipients, former prisoners of war and primary veteran caregivers will be eligible to shop at commissaries and exchanges,
Veterans will now have greater access to healthcare in southwestern Oregon.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced up to $16 million in available funding to help Veteran and socially disadvantaged farmers. This funding is granted by
Soldiers watch a training video during classroom training in February 2019 at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin. (Scott T. Sturkol/Army)