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Montana VA To Recognize National Volunteer Appreciation Week, April 21-27

The Montana VA Health Care System will recognize its many volunteers from April 21 to April 27 as part of National Volunteers Week.

“I got liberated from a five-year struggle with my bladder”

Discover how U.S. Army Veteran John Lawton overcame an overactive bladder with the help of a skilled doctor and the Joseph Medicine Crow VA Clinic.

Army Veteran John Lawton in a cowboy hat, blue dress shirt and necklace.

Montana VA To Hold Virtual Veteran Town Hall on March 21

Veterans are invited to join Montana VA virtually to discuss updates on policies, programs and services from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on March 21 at a Virtual Veterans Town Hall.

Veterans Eligible To Enroll With VA Sooner Than Expected

Beginning today, all Veterans who were exposed to toxins and other hazards while serving in the military – at home or abroad – are now eligible to enroll directly in VA health care.

Beginning March 5, all Veterans who were exposed to toxins and other hazards while serving in the military are now eligible to enroll directly in VA.

Tackling self-stigma to strengthen your recovery journey

Fueled by her military experience, Janie Hall became a peer support specialist with Fort Harrison VA Medical Center to help guide fellow Veterans toward improved mental health.

Man looking pensive on sofa during counseling session. Counselor's tablet is visible in foreground.

Montana VA Recognizes Hospitalized Veterans During National Salute To Veteran Patients Week

The Montana VA Health Care System will recognize and honor hospitalized Veterans from Feb. 11-17 during National Salute to Veteran Patients by facilitating visits to hospitalized Veterans, promoting volunteer opportunities, and accepting Valentine’s Day cards to be given to all Veterans.

VA Awards Contract For New Community Living Center

The Veterans Health Administration awarded a contract on January 30th for a new Community Living Center in Miles City, Montana.

A new contract was recently signed, which will build a new CLC in Miles City. The new facility will be 18,000 sq ft and hold 17 beds. (Courtesy photo)

Montana VA Seeks Public Comments For Transfer Of Miles City CLC Property

Montana VA is now asking the public for comments on the potential impacts to historic properties and cultural resources as a result of the proposed property transfer of 210 South Winchester Avenue in Miles City, Custer County, Montana.

Public Notice For Miles City CLC property transfer

VA to award $52.5 million in grants to local organizations working to prevent Veteran suicide

WASHINGTON — Today, VA announced the availability of $52.5 million in grants to community-based organizations that provide or coordinate suicide prevention services for Veterans and their families.

Veterans Day marks 30th anniversary of Vietnam Women’s Memorial

Every Veterans Day, the Vietnam Women’s Memorial in Washington, D.C. becomes a site for storytelling and remembrance.

Statue featuring seated woman with man draped across her lap; second woman standing, looking upward.