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  • Professional Certifications, Transition Resources, and More - Tuesday, July 12, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
    Your career transition is upon you, and you're simultaneously excited, nervous, and stressed as you ponder new and different avenues to your next best life. Ever wondered about earning a professional certification in your current or a new career field? Join MOAA and ACT Now Education for an information-packed webinar about the wide variety of free career transition resources available to the military and veteran communities
  • Convenience and Self-Service Appointment Check-In at your Fingertips
    Check-in for your next VA appointment might be different next time you come in. Beginning this summer, some VA facilities will allow Veterans to do one or both of these: Start the check-in process up to seven days in advance of the appointment. Check in at the clinic using your smartphone on the day of your appointment. As part of how VA is modernizing the way Veterans receive care, VA received extensive feedback from Veterans and caregivers about how the checking-in process can be made better, especially for those who use assistive technologies to access their benefits online. VA’s Office of Information and Technology, partnering with VHA, has applied this feedback to the design of the new, modernized patient check-in application coming soon to your location. At all VA locations by the end of August 2022 VA is deploying the application at facilities geographically. Deployment within all VISNs will occur by the end of August 2022.
  • Women Veteran Resources
    In honor of Women Veterans Recognition Day VA's Center for Women Veterans shares what their team does for Women Veterans and how to get involved.
  • Veterans Crisis Line Helps Identify, Support Veterans in Crisis
    Each year, millions of Americans struggle with mental illness. Veterans and their families are no different, which is why the Veterans Crisis Line (1-800-273-8255) continues to expand and evolve to find the most effective ways to serve. During Mental Health Awareness Month, VA joins the national movement to fight stigma, provide support and advocate for policies helping Veterans and their families with mental illness. The VCL team is on the front lines, dedicated to forging lasting resource and support networks for Veterans in need.
  • PTSD Bytes
    Welcome to the new VA podcast series, PTSD Bytes! In each episode, host and clinical psychologist Pearl McGee-Vincent from the VA National Center for PTSD talks to an expert or innovator about how technology can support people with PTSD or other mental health concerns. There are many resources out there, so join us for “bite-sized” pieces of practical information you can use or share.
  • June is PTSD Awareness Month
    National PTSD Awareness Month is observed annually in June. The month is dedicated to raising awareness about the condition and how to access treatment. June 27th is also National PTSD Awareness Day. According to the National Center for PTSD, between 7 and 8 percent of the population will experience Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) during their lifetime.
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