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Veteran of the Day...Betty Holm

05/27/2020 #VeteranOfTheDay Army Veteran Betty Holm

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Postponed - 2020 National Summit on Women Veterans Issues

Postponed - 2020 National Summit on Women Veterans Issues

The CWV 2020 Women Veterans Summit originally scheduled for October 2020 has been postponed until 2021.

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Maternal Mental Health

Maternal Mental Health

Feeling down? It's okay to ask for help. VA is here for you.

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Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Coronavirus FAQs: What Veterans need to know

Get answers to questions you have about coronavirus and how VA is responding.

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From the Secretary
Secretary Wilkie Image“This is your Veterans Affairs Department. The doors are open. We will be making changes to make sure that the needs of our fighting women are taken care of, and that the Department of Veterans Affairs will be walking with you into the rest of the twenty-first century.”
VA Women’s Health Transition Training
Collage of women Veterans and service membersThe 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 »
VA MISSION Act – Increasing Veterans’ access to health care
Female doctor and nurse with female patientThe MISSION Act strengthens VA’s ability to deliver trusted, easy to access, high quality care at VA facilities, virtually through telehealth, and in your community. That means you get the care and services you need, where and when you need them. 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 »
#VeteranOfTheDay - Nominate a Veteran Today!
#VeteranOfTheDay BannerVeteran of the Day has been a tradition on VA’s social media pages for more than two years now. This daily publication is always in need of great nominations, and CWV would love to see more women Veterans featured! If you know a Veteran who deserves to be recognized, please refer to this guide to nominate them. Learn more »


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