Join the National Archives for its first ever virtual July 4th celebration! There will be plenty of patriotic online programming, fun activitiesfor the entire family, and a special presentation of the traditional reading ceremony. And show off your patriotic pride at #ArchivesJuly4!
School may be out for summer, but it's a good time to get a head start on the next school year. The Military Child Education Coalition has several online, interactive tools for students, parents, and educators. Join the online community of Veteran families who share your experiences, explore podcasts and webinars on moving and settling into new places, and use helpful tools for planning and tracking academic progress.
Calling all innovators! Submit your ideas for responding to this pandemic. The Veterans Health Administration has partnered with Challenge America, federal agencies, private industries, universities, and nonprofits for a series of collaborative competitions to develop solutions to meet the pandemic's challenges.
Register now for a two-day "make-a-thon" starting on July 10 to work on helping assisted living homes.
VA expanded its telehealth sessions by 1000% since March to continue serving Veterans during the pandemic. Yes, 1000%. That's more than 9 million telehealth appointments, including over 1 million mental health appointments!
VA will continue to expand its telehealth capability to reach even more Veterans. Learn more about accessing VA's telehealth services.
Breaking Down How the CARES Act Supports Homeless Veterans
John Kuhn, National Director of the VA's Supportive Services for Veteran Families program, explains how VA is addressing the challenges of homeless and at-risk Veterans during the COVID-19 pandemic with the emergency funding provided by the CARES Act.