Veterans: Reach Out for support when you need it
Prevention Month, held each September, is a good time to remember that
you don’t have to go through anything alone. Reach out. Resources are
available this month and all year to help you face life's challenges.
year’s Suicide Prevention Month theme, Reach Out, reminds Veterans to
take a moment and reach out for support when you need it..
Why I get my health care at VA: Army Veteran Woodi
Veteran Woodi dealt with pain by taking medication for years until she
found an alternative: regular yoga at the Salt Lake City VA.
program is only one of many alternative therapies designed to help
Veterans improve their quality of life. Woodi and her yoga instructor,
Yael, sat down to talk about their experiences..
Veterans can receive Pfizer COVID-19 booster
Some Veterans, spouses and caregivers can receive a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine booster shot from VA.
line with recommendations from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
and Centers for Disease Control, only people who have already received a
full series of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine at least six months ago have
been authorized to receive a Pfizer booster shot.
Recent and coming improvements to the Board of Veterans’ Appeals
L. Mason is the first woman chair of the Board of Veterans’ Appeals.
She talks about recent and coming improvements to the board and what
brought her to work with Veterans.
understands that military spouses bring talents and insights that are
valuable to the board. “We owe it to military members and military
families to support our military spouses,” she said.