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Veteran of the Day...Susan Anita Green

02/11/2017 #VeteranOfTheDay Susan Anita Green

We honor your service, Anita!

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Veteran Artwork

Center for Women Veterans Announces 10 Artists Whose Work will be On Display at VA Medical Centers Across the Country

I am thrilled to announce the 10 women Veteran artists whose art has been selected to be exhibited at VA medical centers around the country in March, to coincide with Women’s History Month.

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A healthy heart for a better life

Heart Health

February is American Heart Health Month.  VA is raising awareness about heart health for women Veterans.

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Creative Arts ... draw, write, dance, act, sing, play

Creative Arts

VA medical facilities use art therapy as one form of rehabilitative treatment to help Veterans recover from and cope with physical and emotional disabilities.

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2017 Women Veterans Art Exhibit

Women Veterans Summit

Art displays created by 10 women Veterans will be featured at VA medical facilities across the country in March during Women’s History Month.  See all related information »

2017 National Women Veterans Summit

Women Veterans Summit

The event is tentatively scheduled for April 21-22 in Dallas, Texas.  These dates and a location will be confirmed soon. Registration information will be posted once it is available.  See all related information »

I Am A Veteran

A group of women Veterans has come together to create a series of Public Service Announcements entitled, “I Am A Veteran.”  The purpose of their campaign is to advance the conversation about how women are seen, both in Veteran/military circles and by the general public.  All too frequently, they believe, a woman Veteran is initially dismissed as the wife or daughter of the “actual” Veteran, and they’re aiming to help change that societally-ingrained misconception.  The Veterans featured in the PSAs talk about what a Veteran looks like, what it means to be a Veteran, and some of their personal experiences with the general public’s reaction to the discovery of their Veteran status.  These PSAs are currently airing on AFN, and we’ll post them as they become available.

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