How do you expand veterans' healthcare to truly make an impact on the lives of as many veterans as possible? On September 22 at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT, the Veterans Healthcare Policy Institute will host a panel of experts to discuss the various proposals and methods that could help expand access to the Department of Veterans Affairs.
As we know, COVID has caused many disruptions in our lives and the way many things are handled. One of them is our co-payments for using the VA hospitals or clinics.
H.R. 4554 would require the Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to establish and implement a comprehensive anti-harassment and anti-sexual assault policy for the Department.
Veterans for Unification Newsletter September 2020 Issue. In This Issue: VU March 2020 meeting photos. Veteran Health and Dental Congressional Bills updates. November 1, 2020 Virtual Raffle Details on how to enter and win prizes.
Starting on November 12, 2019 the Office of the City Clerk has expanded the terms of the No Fee City Sticker Pilot Program for many of our City's Veterans. Residents who have an unexpired Illinois Driver's License or State ID with a VETERAN designation will be eligible to receive one City Sticker for a passenger (P), large passenger (LP) or motorbike (MB) at no fee.