VA Patient Centered Care
Find Your Community
You don’t have to do this alone. Connect with others at home, work, or in the community to help you meet and maintain your goals.
It can be as simple as finding other people to talk to, go to the gym with, meditate with, or engage with in a shared interest.
When you arrive at VA, you’re not just taking charge of your health — you are becoming part of a community that will support your whole health. Here, you can connect with and learn from other Veterans who have shared similar experiences — relationships that can be pivotal in your journey to well-being. As Army Veteran Colby Mosby-Lovejoy says, “Coming here, the community is strong. We’re like a wolf pack. We’ve been through a lot of similar situations, so we can relate with each other.”
But the support extends beyond VA’s walls as well. VA is creating supportive, healing communities through the expansion of community partnerships that support the arts and humanities for Veterans and their family members.