Veterans asked to lead communities in social distancing
During the COVID-19 crisis, VA is asking Veterans to lead our communities in practicing social distancing—and to use VA telemedicine for our care and prescriptions. It's what we need to do to keep our fellow Veterans safe and defeat this virus. Watch this message from Dr. Richard Stone, Executive in Charge of the Veterans Health Administration and a former U.S. Army combat physician. For the latest VA updates on COVID-19, visit www.va.gov/coronavirus.
Through its national network of cooperating libraries, the National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled circulates books and magazines in braille or audio formats, delivered by postage-free mail or instantly downloadable.
And if you're a musician, or want to learn to play an instrument, NLS has the world's largest collection of braille music scores and braille and audio music instruction and appreciation materials.
The President's Roadmap to Empower Veterans and End a National Tragedy of Suicide (PREVENTS), has launched a messaging campaign specifically in response to the COVID-19 crisis called, More Than Ever Before.
Encourage everyone to care for their mental health – and support those they love – every day.
Listen to Veteran and host Tanner Iskra discuss SBA's support for Veteran-owned businesses, VA's last three COVID-19 news releases and FAQs and an Interview with on-the-ground mobilized vet center directors in New York and New Orleans
Did you know the National Resource Directory has more than 14,000 vetted resources available to you right now? Resources like the Community Health Net: Assists homeless individuals in obtaining health, dental and eye care and assistance with medications.