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Photo of a computer and a hand holding a cell phone.Stay Well and Well Informed – Update Your EMAIL
If COVID taught us anything, it is that keeping you informed is among the most important ways to keep you healthy by providing you with the latest information VA has to offer.
Photo of Mr. Juan CruzA Successful COVID 19 Recovery
Staff at VA New York Harbor Healthcare System applauded a non-Veteran patient who was treated and recovered from COVID-19 at the Manhattan VAMC and discharged on Tuesday, April 21.
Group photo of VA Western New York Healthcare System employees deploying to NYC.VA Employees Deploy to Help Sister VAs
Over the last few weeks, several VA Western New York Healthcare System staff have deployed to New York City to assist VA Medical Centers hardest hit in New York and New Jersey in the fight against COVID 19.
Home Telehealth = ConvenienceHome Telehealth = Convenience
Home Telehealth provides care to Veterans who live in rural areas or are unable to leave their homes to receive VA health care. Hear one Veterans story on how Home Telehealth improved his quality of life.
#BeThere for the Veterans you know.Suicide Prevention
You don’t need to have special training to support the Veterans in your life in order to help them if they are going through a difficult time. Small actions can have a huge impact.
Woman on the phone.Be There
We can all play a role in preventing suicide, but many people don't know what they can do to support the Veteran or Servicemember in their life who is going through a difficult time.
Graham and Hunter wrap up a search inside the Castle Point campus.VA police dog, handler help ensure Veteran safety
Along one of the long concrete hallways in the VA hospital in Montrose, N.Y., three Veterans lean down to greet a friend. Licking and panting, the friend slobbers a kiss on each Vet -- and could not be happier to do so.
Veterans and PGA pros stand with two-time Super Bowl champion David Diehl June 19 at the West Point Golf Course at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, N.Y. Diehl, who played guard/tackle for the New York Giants, took time to address the Veterans ...VA, PGA combine to help Vets
When Jared Troise started battling alcoholism and the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, he never expected one of the weapons he’d have to swing at them would be a 5 iron.
Dr. Anne Sullivan visits with VA Hudson ValleyState mental health leader visits VA Hudson Valley
The NY state leader for mental health issues visited VA Hudson Valley's Montrose campus June 3. She spent about one hour talking to the VA mental health staff and answering questions.
Sports icons meet with VA Hudson Valley VetsSports Icons Visit Vets at VA Hudson Valley
New York Giants Super Bowl-winning wide receiver took time to visit with Vets from the VA Hudson Valley Health Care System Saturday, May 11, at the Castle Point, New York, campus.

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