For Veterans who would like guidance for staying safe or managing stress during the COVID-19 pandemic, Annie can help. Annie is VA’s automated text messaging
WHITE CITY, Ore. – Veterans can expect their next visit to VA facilities in White City or Roseburg to be a little different due to
Volunteering is gratifying for anyone and is especially so for veterans. The sense of teamwork and purpose that volunteering provides is a natural fit for
VA health care staff are helping shape COVID-19 treatment guidelines. Both public and private medical teams across the country and around the world are benefitting
VA has a new centralized emergency care notification process where Veterans or family/ friends can simply email VHAEmergencyNotification@va.gov or call 1-844-72HRVHA (844-724-7842) to report their
PORTLAND, Ore. – Willamette and Vancouver Barracks National Cemeteries will resume committal services for families who are interring their loved ones on June 9. “We are
EAGLE POINT, Ore.– Committal services at the Eagle Point National Cemetery are returning this week for military families. Due to health and safety precautions, the
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.
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
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