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In a picturesque New England setting under clear blue sky, a large crowd gathers at Boulder Point in Plymouth, NH and they are here to celebrate the grand opening of supportive housing facility for homeless Veterans.
With the roll out of MISSION Act on June 6, 2019 comes new urgent care benefits, but how do you know which facilities are VA-approved? There is a locator tool online that will help you wherever you are!
Suicide is a national public health issue that affects communities everywhere. That’s why Dept of Veterans Affairs has adopted a broad public health approach with an emphasis on comprehensive, community-based engagement.
"I survived cancer, but my spinal cord injury hit me the hardest." John Bacon, Vietnam Veteran explains. John attended the 22nd New England Winter Sports Clinic for Disabled Veterans and learned there are no limits.