Veterans Health Care May 11, 2023

VA health care news you can use

There’s a lot going on in VA health care. Here are some of our latest stories about Veterans and for Veterans. Find out how to apply for VA health care benefits.

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The COVID-19 Public Health Emergency has ended

With the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency expiring May 11, some of VA’s pandemic services will expire as well. We've taken steps to make the transition as seamless as possible for you. We encourage you to reach out to your local VA medical center, or call 800-698-2411 if you have questions.

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VA programs to support
older Veterans

VA offers a variety of programs to support older Veterans. We provide care that encourages independence, activities that represent your needs and preferences, and more.

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Looking for your service records?

Learn how to access your military records from the National Archives or the National Personnel Records Center.

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How to bring up tough questions to prevent suicide

Talking about suicide with a Veteran can feel uncomfortable, but small actions can make a big difference.

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