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Peer Facilitators support VA's commitment to empower, equip, and treat Veterans based on their priorities and goals. Learn more about new resources to help better understand whole health and what it means for you.
Writing programs for Veterans can help make sense of the military experience and can restore a sense of pride, build new camaraderie, nurture creativity, and help Veterans find the path to a better tomorrow.
VA's National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic encourages health and healing through adaptive recreational therapy. And recently, the NDVWSC has provided integrative practices such as acupuncture, yoga and more.
Meet one of VA's Whole Health Ambassadors, ready to share his story and desire to inspire improved health and well-being. VA's Whole Health approach focuses on integrative health practice, self-empowerment and self-care.
In 2018, one Flagship facility will be established in each of VA's 18 VISNs. Flagship sites are fully implementing the Whole Health System, comprised of the Pathway, Well-Being Programs and Whole Health Clinical Care.
Whole Health is an approach to health care that empowers and equips people to take charge of their health and well-being, living their life to the fullest. Implementation of Whole Health is a top priority in VA.
A "Whole Health Clinic" was provided at the 2017 National Veterans Golden Age Games. For the clinic, VA Staff conducted classes and outreach explaining the importance of self-care from VA's whole-health concepts.