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Veteran of the Day...Rocio Garcia

10/14/2021 #VeteranOfTheDay Army Veteran Rocio Garcia

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VA offers state-of-the-art, coordinated care and resources for Veterans who want to get checked for breast cancer.

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Dianna Marie Good Sky, Navy Veteran

September 2021 #VAWomanVeteranAuthor

In September we highlight Dianna Marie Good Sky, Navy Veteran and her book Warrior Spirit Rising

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Bystander Intervention Training for Veterans - What to do if YOU witness harassment or sexual assault

Bystander Intervention Training for Veterans

What to do if YOU witness harassment or sexual assault.

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Welcome all women Veterans, family members, caregivers, and advocates! The Center for Women Veterans’ (CWV) mission is to monitor and coordinate VA’s administration of health care, benefits, services, and programs for women Veterans. We serve as an advocate for cultural transformation and to raise awareness of the responsibility to treat women Veterans with dignity and respect to #BringWomenVeteransHome2VA.

Today’s VA is focused on the needs of women Veterans and cultural transformation. We aim to provide an environment free from harassment. VA has introduced White Ribbon, a national call to action to eliminate sexual harassment, sexual assault, and domestic violence. VA Secretary McDonough is making accountability of those who commit harassment or sexual assault an important part of creating a culture that is free from harassment and sexual assault, without fear of retaliation.

We are women Veterans proud to serve our sister Veterans and those who serve them. Stay in touch, sign up for email, follow us on Facebook and Twitter @VAWomenVets. We share information on benefits and services, events, stories, research and more. Thank you for your service!

Did you serve or do you know of a woman Veteran who served? Learn more about what earned benefits and services are available to you!

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Apply now for benefits and health care. Do you still have questions? Contact us at 00w@va.gov, call or text the Women Veterans Call Center at 1-855-829-6636 or contact a local Veteran Service Officer.

Did you know: if you need mental health services related to PTSD or other mental health conditions linked to your service (including conditions related to an experience of military sexual harassment, assault or rape) you may qualify for VA health benefits right away, even without a VA Character of Discharge review or a discharge upgrade.

If you have a less than honorable discharge you may be eligible for a discharge upgrade. Learn more »

2021 Women Veteran Trailblazers
Women service members from the Army, Marines, Navy, Air force, and Coast GuardThis year’s VA CWV 2021 Trailblazers: Women Veterans Leading the Way campaign features 27 women Veterans. CWV sponsors an annual campaign in honor of Women’s History Month and throughout the year celebrates the contributions of these trailblazers and women Veterans, representing all military branches, during and after their military service. Read more »
VA Women’s Health Transition Training
Women service members from the Army, Marines, Navy, Air force, and Coast GuardThe Women’s Health Services Office at the Department of Veterans Affairs, in conjunction with the Department of Defense, is hosting a Women’s Health Transition Training. The training will provide servicewomen with a deeper understanding of the women’s health services available to them within the VA health care system. Learn more »
I Am Not Invisible Virtual Exhibit
Captain May Alm, U.S. Army Veteran 1942-1045, Nurse Corps-WWII Veteran Omaha BeachThere are roughly 2 million living women Veterans, and many VA Central Office employees who are women Veterans. By spotlighting the many faces of this diverse and important segment of the Veteran community, I Am Not Invisible aims to increase awareness and dialogue about women Veterans, as well as open viewers’ eyes to the myriad levels of expertise of Veterans serving Veterans. Learn more »

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Center for Women Veterans (00W)
810 Vermont Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20420

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