On May 18 at 10 a.m. ET, the Elizabeth Dole Foundation and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs will host the 7th Annual National Convening. Join us for this virtual event as we seek to improve the military caregiver experience in America and address priorities to cultivate a hopeful future for our nation’s hidden heroes, Veterans, survivors, and their families.
National Volunteer Week is April 17 – 23, 2022. VetServe 2022 is a campaign to strengthen volunteer capacity across the nation and invites Veterans to volunteer on a national day of service April 21, 2022. Share success stories and join the movement today.
Are you one of the three million Veterans eligible to join VA’s Airborne Hazards and Open Burn Pit Registry? VA established the registry for Veterans exposed to toxic materials during military service. To learn about eligibility and how to sign up, tune in to this week’s special Borne the Battle rewind episode.
VA Seeks Input on Challenges to Veteran Voter Registration
Help VA best assist Veterans like you in registering to vote! As part of VA’s “whole health” approach to care, we believe that it is part of our duty to Veterans and their families to ensure that you are able to exercise the right to vote that you fought and served to protect. Click here to learn more and take the survey to share your voice.
Team RWB Movement Challenge: Marching Orders Event for Veterans, Supporters
Did you know that 5,650 steps a day can have a positive impact on your overall well-being? That’s why Team Red, White & Blue (RWB) is challenging supporters to take on their own movement goal this week as part of its 7-day annual Marching Orders event.
Bacteria Eating Viruses, Returning to the Workforce, and OIF Resources
In this episode of The BLUF we look at bacteria eating viruses, how Veterans can get paid to learn a new trade, and OIF resources for Veterans entitled to compensation for medical conditions presumed related to fine particular matter exposure.
Whether searching for vaccine safety information, claiming retirement benefits, receiving health insurance, passing through a security checkpoint, or checking a farm loan application status, Americans expect government services to be responsive. Share your voice, provide feedback on your life experiences, and help solve issues impacting Veterans and their families.
Updates on the Family Caregiver Program for Legacy Participants and Applicants
As of March 22, 2022, VA is reviewing and examining the current Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers (PCAFC) eligibility criteria. Learn more about what Family Caregivers of Legacy Participants and Legacy Applicants can expect during this time.