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VA offers benefits that can improve the lives of Veterans and their families. Some benefits may also be available to active-duty Servicemembers.
Benefits Book Updated
The Federal Benefits for Veterans, Dependents & Survivors handbook was recently updated – adding 18 pages of new information. The book can be found here»
Check out the latest issue of VAnguard Magazine
Get an overview of Secretary McDonald’s “Road to Veterans Day,” and learn how Bob is on the trail to recruit the best and brightest from across the nation – from Duke to Morehouse – to serve the more than 9 million Veterans enrolled in VA healthcare in this month's VAnguard Magazine.
At today's VA, especially in the Office of Public and Intergovernmental Affairs (OPIA), we focus on creative and innovative ways to connect with Vets, the media and other stakeholders.
We're just getting started, and that's where you come in – sign up for email, join us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. But more than that, we need your help. We want you be part of the dialogue about some of the biggest issues facing our nation's Veterans. Join us to contribute solutions, especially solutions about how to communicate important facts and messages to Veterans.
OPIA's mission is to completely change the way we talk to Vets and the media. We want to make sure that we are getting the right message to the right Veteran at the right time.
Here you can find information about some of VA's most important issues, including Fact Sheets, photos of recent events other resources for media and for the general public.
Our office acts as the conduit between VA and federal, state, local, American Indian, and Native Alaskan Government officials.
This program motivates, encourages and sustains participation and competition in adaptive sports among disabled Veterans and members of the Armed Forces through partnerships with VA clinical personnel as well as national and community-based adaptive sports programs. We're also responsible for the National Veterans Day Observance held annually in Washington, DC.
VA has made ending Veteran homelessness a top priority, undertaking an unprecedented campaign to dramatically increase awareness of VA services available for homeless Veterans and Veterans at risk of becoming homeless. Learn more about VA's programs and partnerships that are helping to prevent and end Veteran homelessness by visiting the Homeless website
Browse our extensive collection of VA events from around the country.