H E A LT H C A R E
The VA provides a number of health care services, including:
» Hospital, outpatient medical, dental, pharmacy, and prosthetic services
» Domiciliary, nursing home, and community-based residential care
» Treatment related to Military Sexual Trauma (MST)
» Readjustment counseling
» Homeless Veteran programs
» Alcohol and drug dependency treatment
» Medical evaluation for disorders related to Gulf War service or environmental hazards
» Specialized health care for women Veterans
Caregivers: The VA supports caregivers who provide personal care services to Veterans who are seriously injured, chronically ill, disabled, or are getting older and are no longer able to adequately care for themselves.
Vet Centers: The VA assists combat Veterans through a nationwide network of community-based Vet Centers. Counselors provide individual, group, and family readjustment counseling to help you with the transition to civilian life, treat post-traumatic stress disorder, and help you with any other military related problems. Other services include: outreach, education, medical referral, homeless Veteran services, employment, and VA benefit referrals.
Veterans Crisis Line: If you or a Veteran you know is experiencing an emotional crisis, please call
1-800-273-8255 and push 1 for immediate assistance.