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Today, VA announced that all Veterans who were exposed to toxins and other hazards while serving in the military — at home or abroad — will be eligible to enroll directly in VA health care beginning March 5, 2024.
This week, VA’s Surgical Pause Initiative was recognized with 2023 John M. Eisenberg Patient Safety and Quality Award. This initiative, which is now expanding to all VA facilities that provide surgical care, is proven to decrease mortality among Veteran patients.
The Department of Veterans Affairs released its 2024 Agency Equity Action Plan to help ensure that VA delivers on its promise to provide world-class care and benefits to all Veterans, their families, caregivers, and survivors.
Today, as a part of ongoing efforts to end Veteran homelessness, the Department of Veterans Affairs published a Notice of Funding Opportunity for approximately $5 million in grants per year (for up to two years) to help Veterans experiencing or at risk of homelessness.
Wilmington VA director to speak on VA updates in southern NJ at the Mays Landing VFW Post 220 on February 1. VA staff will be available to answer questions and provide resources. Veterans, family members, caregivers and community partners are encouraged to attend.
Wilmington VA director to speak on VA updates in southern Delaware at the American Legion Post 28 on February 29. VA staff will be available to answer questions and provide resources. Veterans, family members, caregivers and community partners are encouraged to attend.