VA Open Data
Welcome to the VA's home of open data and APIs. Here you will find data, APIs, tools and resources that can be used to develop web and mobile applications, design data visualizations, and create stories directly from VA resources.Find data →
VA Facilities Locations
A description of all county, state and federal VA facilities nationwide, including VA Medical Centers, Mobile Clinics, and Regional Offices.
A nationwide list of services for Homeless Vets including health care, mental health, job assistance, education, housing, and other benefits.
Family Caregiver Services
A list of benefits, services and resources for family caregivers of veterans, including specific forms of compensation, support networks, and legal resources.Get this data ↓
What is Open Data?
Open data is VA data that is freely available to the public. It is a by-product of the work the VA does for Veterans, and is not personal data (names, addresses, birthplace, etc…). The idea of open data is that public data should be easily accessible and usable by anyone to create products like web or mobile apps, infographics, or stories - the sky is really the limit.
For years, government data has made it possible for innovators and entrepreneurs to create products of value for the American people (if you have ever used a GPS you have benefited from one of these products). We want to keep this tradition going.
So go on, explore some of our public data--innovate, create, and make sure to give us your feedback.
What do you think?
Is there a dataset you would like to see us share? Noticed an error? Have a questions on how to use VA data? We want to hear your ideas. Contribute your feedback to help improve open data at the VA.Share Your Feedback