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VA Hudson Valley Health Care System
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.
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.
State 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 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.
NY VA clinic rehab invigorates Vets, staff Duffy Violante climbs onto a an exercise cycle, looking at the newly expanded and remodeled physical rehab clinic at VA Hudson Valley Health Care System’s Castle Point campus. His first reaction was a simple one.
Veteran shows work at National Vets Art Festival Robert Gulley, a Veteran receiving care from VA Hudson Valley Health Care System, is showcasing his sculpture at the National Veterans Creative Arts Festival in Milwaukee, Wisc. Oct. 30-Nov. 2.
Suicide awareness leads debut of podcast Suicide prevention takes focus for debut of podcast by the VA Hudson Valley Health Care System available on iTunes and the Defense Video and imagery Distribution System as of Aug. 29.
VA awards $2.5M in grants in Hudson Valley area Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert A. McDonald today announced the award of approximately $300 million in grants that will help approximately 115,000 homeless and at-risk Veterans and their families.
Annual Volunteer Awards Event In celebration of National Volunteer Week, VAHVHCS hosted its annual awards luncheon to recognize volunteer efforts. Volunteers received special service awards for attaining benchmarks during the previous fiscal year.
Honoring Service by Providing for Those in Need Made possible through grants and contributions, food pantries at Montrose and Castle Pt Campuses serve low income outpatients and their families. In 2013, they served 3,905 households.
From the Veterans Health Administration
Veteran Shares Green Thumb Hobby with Fellow Vets An Iraq war Veteran tells his story of post-combat struggles and how Veterans Affairs health care professionals helped him commit to a better life and share his green thumb hobby.
Veteran Sexual Trauma Victims: You Are Not Alone After Mary experienced Military Sexual Trauma, she was afraid to report it. She thought she was alone. She got help at VA and now wants to get the word out to other Veterans about MST coordinators.
Veterans Find Prostate Cancer Cure at McGuire Veterans across America travel to McGuire VA Medical Center in Richmond for treatment of moderate to aggressive forms of prostate cancer using “brachytherapy” a much better option for Veterans.
10 Things About The Veterans Choice Program Here's all the information about the Veterans Choice Program. Find out if you are eligible to receive health care from a community provider. How is the 40-mile calculation determined? And other FAQs.
Veterans Compete in National Wheelchair Games For Veterans with physical disabilities, the National Wheelchair Games help Veterans become aware of their abilities and potential. And there is a great spirit of healthy activity and camaraderie.
Getting homeless Veterans tested for Hepatitis C Jennifer Siilata is a VA clinical pharmacist and she knows how dangerous the Hep C virus is if left untreated. She knows it is curable. Her goal? Find high-risk homeless Veterans and get them tested.
Pittsburgh Veterans Celebrate the Fourth of July Independence Day parade at the Pittsburgh VA Medical Center honors Veterans living in the Community Living Center. Third year for performers who call it the “highlight of their year.”
Veterans with Back Pain Have Treatment Options In a survey of more than 3,500 back pain sufferers, 80% said that yoga, tai chi, massage therapy or a chiropractor helped them. Those options can help as much as surgery or drugs, with fewer risks.
Fresno VA Medical Center's Nurse of the Year Meet Doca Merdjanoska from Macedonia, one of VA's top nurses. Our continuing series of outstanding VA employees features a surgical department nurse at the Fresno VA Medical Center.
Veterans: Protect Your Skin and Your Hearing Veterans: Do you know the difference in Ultraviolet B and Ultraviolet A sun's rays? And what is a safe decibel (dB) level of noise? Here are a few quick handy answers just in time for summer.