Featured by Dorothy Mills-Gregg, Military.com
Here’s what will happen if the VA runs out of space for patients
The Department of Veterans Affairs is beginning to divide its inpatient units into two zones to separate non-infectious patients from those with novel coronavirus, and when the need arises, officials plan to discharge non-critical patients and even build new facilities.
The VA is ramping up mental health funding after a rash of parking lot suicides
The Department of Veterans Affairs is proposing spending $682 million more next fiscal year on mental health issues, and ramping up funding for suicide prevention efforts by one-third, as it faces Congressional scrutiny over a series of tragic incidents on VA premises over the past year
Americans trust soldiers more than judges, police, and the president, poll finds
"I think we as a country have always held soldiers in high regard, as the brave men and women who protect us and risk their lives for our freedom."
A new bill would cover the cost of service dogs for veterans with PTSD
Lawmakers and veterans advocacy groups are ready for change after waiting nearly a decade for the Department of Veterans Affairs to change its policy on not reimbursing service dogs for veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder
‘Millions’ stolen in decade-long buying fraud at Florida VA hospitals, officials say
At least 15 Department of Veterans Affairs employees and vendors in Florida were engaged in an "elaborate" fraud scheme that cost the government "millions" since 2009