VA and faith leaders address rural Veteran mental health needs
Veterans seeking mental health care are in a tough spot—93% of rural
counties have no licensed psychologists. VA is working with rural clergy
to bridge that gap.
Patience: key to treating low-risk prostate cancer
When treating low-risk prostate cancer, VA physicians may recommend active surveillance rather than treatment.
surveillance is not the same as ignoring the cancer or walking away
from it. It’s a very engaged proactive process where you are closely
monitoring the person.”
My VA Images app helps Veteran stay on the job
a Veteran who lived far away needed a custom shoulder brace, he and his
VA provider used the My VA Images app to adjust the brace for the best
fit and function so the Veteran could keep working.
When current events bring up past trauma, VA can help
who may be experiencing reactions in response to current events in
Ukraine can connect with VA professionals to help manage those feelings.