In September 2018, VA released findings from its most recent analysis of 2005–2016 suicide rates for both Veteran and non-Veteran populations. These findings underscore the fact that suicide is a national public health issue that affects communities everywhere. Data is Continue reading VA Releases National Suicide Data Report for 2005–2016
A Commitment to Supporting Veterans with LGBT IdentitiesSome Veterans have faced pressures to hide their identity. Some have wrestled with the stress in deciding when — and even if — they will come out. These experiences can all cause trauma Continue reading Stay true to who you are
Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page.[ABOVE] Enhanced-Use Lease authority develops underutilized land and buildings#OperationSong – “He Took My Place” by Gary LimaThis #OperationSong spotlight is on “He Took My Place” by Veteran Gary Lima who served in the Marine Corps as a staff Continue reading Marine writes song for those struggling with PTSD or survivor’s guilt
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The battleship USS Arizona (BB 39) memorial, as seen from the air in July, 2018. ARTHURGWAIN L. MARQUEZ/U.S. NAVY HONOLULU (Tribune News Service) — It’s extra noteworthy that Everett Hyland, who was aboard the USS Pennsylvania during Japan’s Dec. 7, Continue reading With five USS Arizona crewmembers remaining, it’s ‘twilight’ for Pearl Harbor survivors
*|MC:SUBJECT|* AMVETS members Join our educational webinar! Life Line Screening Webinar The Power of Prevention: Peace of Mind or Early Detection What would your doctor say if he/she could see inside your arteries to look for problems? “The doctor Continue reading AMVETS Members – Learn more about Preventative Screenings!