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Montana VA Healthcare System offers a wide range of health and support services throughout the state. Find a medical center or clinic near you and manage your health online. Sign up for community events and updates and discover what’s new at your Montana VA health care. (Please note: all Montana VA staff, contractors, patients, volunteers and visitors must be pre-screened for COVID-19 before entering a VA facility. And, anyone entering a VHA facility is required to wear a mask indoors. This includes staff, volunteers, trainees, and contractors regardless of vaccination status.)


Fort Harrison VA Medical Center

3687 Veterans Drive
Fort Harrison, MT 59636-9703
Main phone: 406-442-6410
Mental health care: 406-447-6000
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Montana VA Urges Veterans, Families to Reach Out to Montana Red Cross Following Extreme Flooding

HELENA, Mont. -- Due to overwhelming flooding in many areas of Montana, the Montana VA Health Care System is urging Veterans and their families to reach out to the American Red Cross of Montana.

Extreme flooding in parts of Montana have isolated many Veterans and their communities. (Courtesy photo)

Montana VA Calls on all Montanans to Support Veterans with PTSD This Fourth of July

HELENA, Mont.— Montana VA Health Care System (Montana VA) encourages all Montanans and non-Veterans to consider Veterans and the impacts of fireworks on people with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) before they light a firework.

Many Americans celebrate the Fourth of July with fireworks. Montana VA Health Care System encourages all Montanans to consider Veterans and the impacts of fireworks on people with PTSD before they light a firework. Many people are not aware that a Fourth of July celebration could affect others.
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