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Dean Duewiger is part of a state parks pilot program for homeless military veterans who have been hired as temporary park rangers…
Dina Titus (NV-01), the Ranking Member of the House Veterans’ Affairs Subcommittee on Disability Assistance and Memorial Affairs, led a hearing today that examined the current state of national veterans’ cemeteries.
Houston-based NCI Building Systems will serve as the Medal of Honor sponsor for ConocoPhillips’ 5th Annual Warrior Sporting Clays Tournament, taking place Saturday, September 28th at the American Shooting Center in Houston, TX.
We hear daily about the high rate of Veteran suicides. Can one person make a difference?
At VA’s MyHome, a simulation home near Pittsburgh, seriously injured Veterans learn independent living skills prior to being discharged from the hospital. The idea is to reduce hospital re-admissions.
The Senate Committee on Veterans’ Affairs today approved a package of bills to improve benefits and health care services for veterans and their families.
The Parkinson's Action Network (PAN) will honor Eric K. Shinseki, secretary of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), with the Morris K. Udall Award for Public Service at this year's Morris K. Udall Awards Dinner on October 8.
The Navy will cut hundreds of civilian positions from its bases worldwide in coming months to save money in the face of continuing budget cuts, the service has announced.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has named the elimination of hospital-acquired infections one of their "Top Ten Winnable Battles."
VA Secretary Shinseki Delivers FSU Commencement Address: Secretary Shinseki delivered the spring 2013 commencement address at Florida State University.
In 2009, President Obama and VA Secretary Shinseki announced the goal of ending Veteran homelessness by the end of 2015.
This contest tapped into a community of software developers who rose to the challenge to use mobile and information technology in support of our mission – to better serve Veterans,” said Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric K. Shinseki.
Local broadcast news station discussing the recent resignation of Arizona’s Veterans Affairs head over comments made by a controversial hire.
One of VA’s most crucial responsibilities is to help prepare Veterans to enter the workforce after their service. The Post-9/11 GI Bill is a vital tool to help Vets prepare for new careers, and the VRAP initiative has helped unemployed …
The result could mean more homeless veterans, less help for those looking for work, and tens of thousands of furloughed veteran struggling to make ends meet.
The Veterans Affairs Department said Monday it has added more than 1,000 mental health professionals and 200 support staff over the past eight months to meet the needs of returning veterans, but still has more to do to meet the requirements of an executive order issued by President Barack Obama.
Veterans! American Heart Month is a great time to begin your journey to healthy living. Your VA health team will work with you on your eating habits, weight control, and exercise program. Learn your risks for heart disease..
The Department of Veterans Affairs recently awarded 33 grants to VA facilities for projects that will improve emergency health care services for women Veterans, expand women’s health education programs for VA staff, and offer telehealth programs to female Veterans in rural areas.
VA has a program that can help Veterans successfully lose weight and change their lives. It’s called MOVE! Find out how it can help you lose weight and keep it off.
The Career Center helps Servicemembers in transition and Veterans with opportunities to translate their military skills into careers, create and post resumes, obtain free copies of their DD 214 (Report of Separation), and search for jobs.
The Departments of Veterans Affairs and Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today announced that a new national report shows that homelessness among Veterans has been reduced by approximately 7 percent between January 2011 and January 2012.
The Veterans Crisis Line offers free, confidential support to Veterans in crisis, as well as their family and friends. Save this number to your phone: 1-800-273-8255 (press 1 for Veterans). You can also chat online or text professional responders at 838255.