Information for our Veterans friends
#VetResources – for Veterans, their Families, Caregivers, and Survivors
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VA Releases Survivors Quick Start Guide
Part of VA’s Welcome Kit, the Survivors quick start guide begins with a step by step checklist for preparing, applying for, and following up on the available benefits. The guide also helps families identify VA Survivor benefits and services they may be eligible for.
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VA shares electronic health records
VA Podcast: Army Ranger, Mogadishu Veteran, Chaplain, Author
Free flu shots for Veterans at your local Walgreens
Were you a Student Veteran?
VA strengthens Caregiver Support Program
Supporting Veterans in finding civilian employment to reduce suicide risk – WEBINAR
Did you know the National Resource Directory has more than 14,000 vetted resources available to you right now? Featured Resource: National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA)
The National Association of State Workforce Agencies (NASWA) delivers training, employment, career, and business services while promoting innovation in workforce development, in particular with the employment of Veterans.
Are you a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one?
Did you know that VA offers same day services in Primary Care and Mental Health at 172 VA Medical Centers across the country? Make the Connection Resource Locator
Contact the Veterans Crisis Line (1-800-273-8255 and press 1, Chat, or Text 838255.)
Learn how RallyPoint can help you and other members of the Veteran community. Connect with Veterans about mild to moderate TBIs. Discuss with Veterans the symptoms of un-undiagnosed brain injuries. Learn ways to get free R&R style PTSD treatment.
What are the best free things or discounts you know of around Veterans Day?