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World No Tobacco Day | How VA helped save Veterans life.

The United States joins many countries around the globe in observing World No Tobacco Day on May 31 each year.


VANJHCS partners with Hudson County to address suicide prevention

Hudson County is all-in when it comes to preventing suicide.

Hudson County Suicide Prevention Coalition

Union City Police commit to do more to prevent suicide

Union City Police Department commits to train all sworn officers on veteran symptoms of PTSD and distributes gun locks to community.

Union City Police and VANJHCS staff stand for a group photo

Inspiration Golf Range & Activity Center opens to enhance Veterans' well-being

VA New Jersey Health Care System is proud to welcome the Inspiration Golf Range and Activity Center to the Lyons campus.

Dignitaries pose for photo following tee shot

Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month

March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month.


VANJHCS partners with Bergen County to distribute gun locks

Bergen County veterans and families have more suicide prevention resources on hand.

People holding cable gun locks

Union City Pharmacy first to display Suicide Prevention QR Code

The community in Union City, New Jersey is coming together to call attention to joint efforts to end Veteran suicide.

Contigo Pharmacy Owners Jeff and Ash

Bergen County Rise trains with VANJHCS

In Bergen County, members of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars recently joined county and community providers to receive VA’s new S.A.V.E. training.

Community Organization Bergen County Rise logo

"Thank you, Veterans!" A musical tribute for Veterans Day

"Thank you, Veterans!" is a song which honors and salutes Veterans who have served our country in years past and those who are serving now, for forging our freedom and liberty through their enduring vision and mission to our country and world.

Dr. Rorro and Veteran

VA Partnership allows Veterans free access to VA Video Connect

The VA has partnered with AT&T, Safelink by TracFone, T-Mobile (Metro & Sprint), and Verizon to allow Veteran to meet with their VA Care Team using VA Video Connect at no charge.

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