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Marcus Institute for Brain Health Treats Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injury or Psychological Health

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SecVA: Veteran safety from Coronavirus VA priority

Coronavirus (COVID-19) safety is a top priority, VA Secretary Robert Wilkie said at the American Legion Winter Conference March 10 in Washington, D.C.
With Coronavirus dominating national news, Wilkie addressed VA's response to the situation, including prevention steps at VA medical centers.
"We are making sure that those who come to us are screened," he said. Wilkie also said VA is limiting visitors to its community living centers, or nursing homes.


Veteran News Network: Television for Veterans, by Veterans

VNN is a television channel developed for Veterans, largely by Veterans that is available 24/7. It includes entertainment, education, inspiration, and Veteran news.



VA is ready for coronavirus—and working to protect you

If you're coming in for a health care visit, stop and call first, or send a secure message through MyHealtheVet—even if you have an appointment. You may be able to get diagnosed and receive care through VA telehealth without having to leave home. If you do visit, plan to get there earlier than usual to answer some simple screening questions. It's for everyone's safety!


Treatment for Veterans with persistent and primary mild/moderate TBI conditions

The Marcus Institute for Brain Health has treated more than 313 Veterans and their family members since opening in 2017. Veterans with Other Than Honorable or Dishonorable discharges due to Traumatic Brain Injury or Psychological Health conditions are also eligible. There are no out of pocket expenses for Veterans and their families receiving MIBH's services.


Five VA jobs you may qualify for with military training

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VA Careers has a Transitioning Military Personnel initiative designed to raise awareness about civilian careers for former service members at the nation's largest integrated health care organization.


Borne the Battle #185: Benefits Breakdown, Burn Pit Registry

The Burn Pit Registry – Who is eligible? Why should you sign up? How do you join? Two U.S. Army veterans involved with the program have the answers on this week's benefits breakdown episode of Borne the Battle.



Notice of Class Certification for Veterans of 1966 Nuclear Clean-Up at Palomares, Spain

If you participated in U.S. military operations at Palomares, Spain, after the January 17, 1966, B-52 crash that released plutonium dust and have a potentially radiation-related disease, you may be part of a class action lawsuit.


National Resource Directory
Did you know the National Resource Directory has more than 14,000 vetted resources available to you right now? Resources like the Challenge America- Makers For America: Connecting Service members, Veterans and their families to resources and solutions that build community and give purpose to their lives.

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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.)

Hear stories of recovery from Veterans like you.

RallyPoint can connect you with opportunities that provide support. Also, you can discuss using a PTSD App.