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Veteran of the Day...Genesee Roberts

09/28/2016 #VeteranOfTheDay Air Force Veteran Genesee Roberts

We honor your service, Genesee!

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A woman Veteran in rehab

One woman Veteran’s personal story.

MyVA transformation designed to rebuild trust with Veterans, their families and survivors.

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September is Suicide Prevention Month

Show your support for our Nation’s Veterans and their families by raising awareness of the Veterans Crisis Line.

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Depression Campaign

WHS seeks to increase awareness about the services VA offers health care services for women Veterans who are experiencing depression.

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“State of Women Veterans” Social Media Campaign

Campaign iconVA has launched a “State of Women Veterans” social media campaign.  For 10 weeks, beginning August 31 st, we will provide weekly segments to explore issues impacting women Veterans and what we are doing to support women Veterans as they face these issues.

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The Importance of Capturing the Stories of Women Veterans

Women Veterans

When my twin nephews were young, they went through a phase of fascination with all things military, idolizing soldiers and wanting to play war.  “I was in the Army,” I offered, excited to be able to share some of my experiences with them.  “No way!” they exclaimed in unison, “You’re a girl!”  If it were an isolated incident from two young children, I could easily have dismissed it.  Sadly, however, the presence of women in today’s military and as Veterans remains unrecognized by many adults as well.  Read the full blog article »

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#VeteranOfTheDay - Nominate a Veteran Today!

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Veteran of the Day has been a tradition on VA’s social media pages for more than two years now.  This daily publication is always in need of great nominations, and CWV would love to see more women Veterans featured!  If you know a Veteran who deserves to be recognized, please refer to this guide to nominate them.  Learn more »

 
 
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