5 VA mistakes that veterans can appealHere’s a list of five common legal slip-ups that will let you appeal a decision.
The VA might change how they house homeless veterans, will it work is the questionThe VA has been going back and forth about if funds for homeless veteran programming will be redirected to a different department.
The VA isn't the worst government agency to work at- it's the second worstHey, could be worse! The different branches of service also had some interesting results (sorry, Air Force).
Psst…hey buddy, wanna buy some life insurance?There’s a page on VA’s website where you can see if current and former insurance policyholders – or their beneficiaries – are owed money by the VA.
Veterans Affairs expands electronic access for veteransGet all your VA care sorted without changing out of your pajamas.
VA ID application website crashes due to "many requests for cards"Applications are open for the new VA ID card, but what does it do? Who is eligible? When will you get the card? We've got the answers.
The VA is testing out hyperbaric chambers as a PTS treatmentVets willing to go off the beaten path to treat their PTS could benefit from a therapy usually reserved for burn victims.
Two ways the VA can keep you from overdosing on opioidsOverdoses don't just happen to people abusing opiates; anyone taking pain medication is at risk. Luckily, the VA is working on ways to keep vets safe.
Your private doctor and VA are finally talkingA new program allows VA and private healthcare providers share timely information about your care.
VA just made getting info on your doctor so much easier!The VA is steadily making improvements so veterans can be more informed about their doctor
Incarcerated veterans and the VA: getting help before and after jailThe VA has two specialized programs to make sure veterans who struggle with mental illness don't end up rotating in and out of jail.
Alaska VA agency increasing it's staff Last year, the Alaska VA health care system purchased about $130 million in care

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