Veterans Can Receive Free Access to American Corporate Partners Mentor
Whether looking for a higher paying job or seeking a promotion, an American Corporate Partners (ACP) mentor can help guide Veterans toward great jobs—and the right jobs. Learn more about ACP’s free mentor program for Veterans.
The Library of Congress Veterans History Project and the VA Center for Women Veterans present the “I Am Not Invisible 3.0” Women Veterans Panel Discussion. Women have played a crucial role in protecting our country and our democracy since America’s founding. They have served in every major conflict since the Revolutionary War. Today there are over two million women veterans in the United States.
VA is Here for You During Times of Emotional Distress
Veterans may be experiencing a range of challenging emotions related to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Veterans who served in U.S. military conflicts may be feeling emotional distress, reminded of their own deployment experiences. Click the link below for a list of available VA and partner resources.
Hosted by the Elizabeth Dole Foundation this forum brings together national experts to offer information, context, and understanding around the conflict in Ukraine. During this interactive session, participants have the opportunity to ask questions and get answers from experts in real-time. Panelists will include experts from the Elizabeth Dole Foundation, VA, and the Wounded Warrior Project.
VA to Publish Recommendations to Realign, Modernize VA Health Care Nationwide
On March 14, VA will publish a report on modernizing and realigning VA health care facilities to improve access and outcomes for Veterans. The recommendations, if implemented, would result in the most significant VA health care system redesign since the World War II era.
VA Proposes Adding Rare Respiratory Cancers to the Presumed Service-connected List
VA recently announced its intention of adding nine rare respiratory cancers to the list of presumed service-connected disabilities in relation to exposure to toxic chemicals in the air, water, or soil for Veterans who served any amount of time in the Southwest Asia theater of operations.
Historian and Army Veteran Timothy McCoy details life as a military brat and shares his service experience of nearly 26 years until he was forced out due to a health condition. Today, McCoy remains committed to fighting for service members, ensuring the memories of those ignored or often forgotten are never lost in the annals of military history.