Hear the stories of Veterans who live with PTSD every day and find out how treatment turned their lives around.
We honor Army Veteran and former VA employee Clarence Sasser, who received the Medal of Honor for continuing to aid wounded soldiers under live fire and after receiving multiple wounds himself.
Several Medal of Honor recipients shared their stories of valor at the USO-Metro's 33rd Annual Awards Dinner on March 25, National Medal of Honor Day.
The L.A. Times reported on 3/20 that Veterans and their dependents who are UC students would pay lower in-state tuition even if they otherwise were ineligible.
Understanding the effects of traumatic brain injury has become a priority for medical professionals because of the increased number of Servicemembers and Veterans with brain injuries.
WEST HAVEN, CONN. - VA Connecticut Healthcare System and the VA Hartford Regional Office will co-host a town hall forum on Friday, March 27 at 5pm at the VA Connecticut West Haven campus, 950 Campbell Avenue. The meeting will be in the Donaldson Education Center located on the second floor of Building 2 (revolving door). This forum is open to the public. The purpose is to allow feedback from veterans, family members and other beneficiaries.
Representatives will also be available to meet individually with attendees who have specific concerns regarding their federal VA health care and benefits issues.
Media outlets interested in attending should contact the VA Connecticut Public Affairs Office at 203-937-3824