Active-duty service women and women Veterans can learn more about VA health care services for women through free online training sponsored by VA in collaboration
Veterans Affairs officials announced Friday they will resume committal services at most department cemeteries beginning next week and will resume full memorial services next month.
June is Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender (LGBT) Pride Month. Both women Veterans and Veterans with LGBT and related identities underuse VA care. That makes now
As we all take precautions to guard against COVID-19, being able to access VA health care is very important. Reaching your VA care team online
Creating a sense of community may look different for each of us. While some Americans enjoy the close proximity of city life, those who live
More Veterans now receive important mail deliveries from VA without delays due to a new service. Veterans make approximately 5,000 address submissions or updates weekly through VA.gov profiles. VA checks these against VA Profile’s new address
VA is teaming up with the Elizabeth Dole Foundation (EDF) and the American Red Cross Military Veteran Caregiver Network (MVCN) to provide one-year, free, premium
The president spoke at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, where American forces repelled the British during the War of 1812. Trump praised the soldiers now fighting
In this time of physical distancing, VA knows it’s easy for women Veterans to feel isolated. Life plans and health can change in an instant.
A new reporting tool allows VHA leadership to monitor its national COVID-19 case load, hospital staffing, bed and supply availability in real-time. Called the National
During the coronavirus pandemic, Americans have turned to accessing critical health care and financial services online and on their mobile devices. VA’s Office of Information
In time for Memorial Day 2020, VA’s National Cemetery Administration (NCA) has enhanced capabilities on the Veterans Legacy Memorial (VLM) website for family, friends, and visitors