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I'm One...I Served...I'm a Veteran Poster

Salute to Generations of Service:  I'm One.

Women have proudly served and taken part in every major conflict since the American Revolution.  Please join us as we review the past through the present and salute the service of women Veterans down through the years.  Learn more »

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Women Veterans Campaign

The Center for Women Veterans is leading a Women Veterans Campaign.  The Campaign consists of forums, sessions, and workshop events in the five VA Districts, from June through September.  Events will showcase benefits and services for women Veterans.

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Messages from the Center for Women Veterans Director

Messages from the Director

Welcome!  The Center for Women’s Veterans is the national champion of women Veterans at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and is leading efforts to ensure your voice is heard.

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Female Veterans in Iraq

A Resource for Female Vets

Female Veterans have a resource for information on VA health care and benefits:
1-855-VA-WOMEN.

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Center for Women Veterans LogoInside the Center for Women Veterans

The Center for Women Veterans (CWV) was established by Congress in November 1994 by Public Law (P.L.) 103-446.  CWV monitors and coordinates VA’s administration of health care and benefits services, and programs for women Veterans.  Read more »

A Special Salute

Ms. Alyce Dixon on Memorial Day 2013“Thank you Ms. Alyce Dixon External link to a non-government website for the many lessons you shared with me.  The battle is won…rest in peace.”  Ms. Dixon was 108 years young and joined the Women’s Army Corps in 1943 with the 6888th Postal Battalion in England.

Photo taken at Quantico National Cemetery in 2013 and provided from the current Acting Director, Center for Women Veterans, Dr. Betty Moseley Brown.

I’m One — I’m a Veteran Spotlight

Theresa Sousa and Dr. Linda SchwartzLet us introduce you to Ms. Theresa Sousa and Dr. Linda Schwartz, our women Veterans from the November — Korea and December — Vietnam spotlight eras.

Advisory Committee on Women Veterans (ACWV)

The ACWV was established in 1983 and is responsible for assessing the needs of women Veterans with respect to VA programs, reviewing these, making recommendations to the Secretary, and following up.  Learn more and access various reports generated by the Committee »

Resources for Women Veterans

 

Women Veterans Program

Health Information Burial and Memorial Information
Benefits Information Outreach
 
Women Veterans Call Center: 1-855-VA-WOMEN