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New mobile check-in coming soon

Beginning Monday, July 11, VetLink kiosks will no longer be available for Veterans to check in for appointments.

New patient check-in

VA provides hope to Navy Veteran David Burris, who was facing homelessness

While VA has not seen a higher prevalence of homelessness among Veterans of Operating Enduring Freedom or Operation Iraqi Freedom, recent research suggests the conditions of civilian life for post-9/11 Veterans have been associated with an increased risk of homelessness.

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VA’s Connected Devices Program – Provides eligible Veterans with internet-connected tablets at no cost so they can access VA care through telehelth.

Ohio Veteran receives thousands of cards for his 100th birthday

"Ten thousand cards. It has been huge. All 50 states. Finland, France, Canada. It is just great to see everyone get behind this," said Meyers' grandson, Dan Smith.

Veteran getting birthday cards

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Caregiver Support Program explained

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Scouts decorate Dayton National Cemetery graves for Memorial Day

Two Boy Scouts talk about why they helped put American flags on the 59,000 headstones at the Dayton National Cemetery.

boy scout decorate cemetery

NCA launches new interactive “Find a Cemetery” map

A brand-new feature of the clickable map will allow users to enter a zip code and find the closest cemetery.

RTA offering free rides for Vets to ‘Veterans Moving Forward’

The RTA will be providing Veterans with free rides to the event. RTA said to check the planner at to find which route can get you to this event.

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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month

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VA telehealth makes VA care accessible to women Veterans

VA has made significant strides in women’s health care, as the number of women Veterans increase. Some VA medical centers now feature nursing rooms for mothers and separate entrances for women to ensure privacy.

Mother and children looking at tablet