According to the US Department of Veterans Affairs, *women are the fastest growing population in the military today. So, the demand for equitable, high-quality health
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Kelly Fitzpatrick, director of the Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs (ODVA), will host a live virtual town hall meeting this week to discuss women veterans’ services, answer questions and hear challenges and experiences from Oregon women veterans.
The spotlight is on women veterans with a short history of women’s role in military service and current-day issues Oregon women veterans face coming back
PENDLETON — Three years after joining Veterans of Foreign Wars Let ’er Buck Post 922, Judith Burger had risen through the ranks to take command
Sara Webb used to be more rigid in the path she saw for veterans reintegrating into civilian life after returning from a deployment. Now, as
A new sculpture honoring military women and military working dogs is being unveiled outside Arlington National Cemetery.
In the United States, about one in four women (27%) and one in seven men (11%) report experiencing intimate partner violence (IPV). Research shows IPV
If this is not the right time to eliminate sexual harassment, sexual assault and domestic violence in VA health care settings, then when? If we
White Ribbon VA Month will be recognized by VA during October, which is also National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. White Ribbon VA encourages both men
Download the new Women Veterans Health Services Quick Start Guide. VA Deputy Secretary Pamela Powers recently hosted a series of chats and live events that focused on women
VA Deputy Secretary Pamela Powers will be hosting a new series of chats and live events, focusing on women Veterans and supporting the “Whole Woman Veteran.”
Gynecological care is just one of the many health care services now available for women Veterans from VA. There are many female-specific routine …