How you can help veterans affected by recent hurricanesIf you have been affected by these storms, or you want to help veterans recover, here are a few organizations that can help:
Indiana vets step up for hurricane reliefFor a group of veterans in Kokomo, Ind., helping is second nature.
Pentagon gives update on hurricane relief efforts for Puerto RicoHere are a few of the updates according to a statement by Department of Defense spokesman.
Hurricane Maria on path towards already devastated US Virgin IslandsSt. Thomas was one of the U.S. Virgin Islands hit by Hurricane Irma, and the newest storm could undo recent recovery work.
VA keeps chugging in storm-damaged Caribbean and Gulf CoastHurricane or no hurricane, VA medical clinics are still here to treat veterans.
VA welcomes non-vet seniors in FloridaThere are 683 nursing homes in Florida.
VSO relief aid on the rise as donations continue to pour inVeteran service organizations have been working to help veterans and families affected by hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Veterans, military help Americans with hurricane relief efforts"Homeowners’ resilience is incredible and volunteers’ willingness to support is pretty amazing,” the vice president of programs and field operations for Team Rubicon said.
After Irma, VA is open for business as usualFrom South Carolina to the US Virgin Islands, here's everything you need to know about VA clinics in the path of Hurricane Irma.
DoD deploys thousands to support Hurricane Irma relief effortsIn a press release Sept. 11, the Department of Defense provided an update on military resources in response to Hurricane Irma.
This veteran-managed hotel is providing free rooms for anyone fleeing Hurricane IrmaSteinman and one maintenance official are the only employees providing near-constant support to those affected by the storm, the rest are volunteers.
Rapid response by VA keeps benefits and services movingIn the wake of Harvey and Irma, the VA has been surprisingly nimble as it cares for over two million affected veterans.