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Air Force Veteran Joe Macupa realized he needed to face some harsh realities about his health. He embraced Whole Health to improve pain levels, heart problems, and COPD and found peace of mind along the way.
At Camp Robinson, members of the Arkansas National Guard learned about VA benefits, including VA's Whole Health approach by practicing self-care, exploring what matters most and ways to enhance their overall well-being.
At 80 years old, Veteran James Canaday has greatly improved his health and mobility with Whole Health and the support of Beckley VA staff. Canaday has lost 140 pounds and can now walk short distances unaided.
Tammy's work in the Personal Development area of the Circle of Health has transformed her life. She says these efforts have helped her develop a relationship with herself; and today she loves the person she is.
Battlefield acupuncture (BFA) provides pain relief for many Veterans and reduces the need for prescription painkillers. Unlike traditional acupuncture, BFA is performed only on the ear using 5 to 10 tiny needles.
Robotic pets have moved into the Salisbury VA Community Living Center (CLC) in North Carolina. These pets have brought comfort, connection, and therapeutic benefits to Veterans with memory loss, dementia and depression.
A healthy cooking class at the Salisbury VA helps Veterans cook up fun and find new ways to live well. “Having this class was so great… it started giving me some choices,” Air Force Veteran Karen Williams said.
Small steps lead to big changes for this Veteran. "It’s never too late to get active," says Marine Corps Veteran Fratarelli. Fratarelli and his Whole Health Coach, worked together to achieve his goals.
US Army Veteran John Smith looks in the mirror and now sees he is living a life that reflects his faith. After spending much of his life, call a Veteran because he did not serve in a war zone, Smith now stands proud.
Using personal experiences and training to help other Veterans explore their personal goals that support what matters most, Peer Facilitators have great influence on their colleagues' Whole Health journey.
Years after suffering a stroke while in the military, US Army Veteran Dr. Gallimore has experienced positive changes in his physical appearance and overall well-being attending Tai Chi classes at his local VA.
Finding a new direction and giving hope to other Veterans, USAF Veteran TaTanisha Randell changes careers and creates affordable housing for Veterans after working on her Personal Health Inventory with a coach.
NC Veteran gets back to the life he loves with Whole Health coaching. “When Mr. Morgan shared that he was again bowling and even made it to the championship as captain I could see that made him come alive.“
Pandemic depression and a few extra pounds were preventing this Navy Veteran from living out his best retirement years in Florida. Whole Health changed that by helping him to lose weight and make new connections.
Army Veteran finds support in Whole Health after three cancer diagnoses. Setting a goal to ride her motorcycle, this female Veteran regained her strength and enthusiasm for life with the help of a Whole Health coach.
“I was a walking billboard for pain before I met Ms. Dobson,” says Reverend James Mitchell of Bluefield, WV. “We need more Veterans to learn about Whole Health, and I will be the billboard for its success.”