Rep. Phil Roe (R-Tenn.), chairman of the House Veterans Affairs Committee, was surprised and disappointed when all nine Democ...
The program restarted December 1, 2017 and will run for at least 4 more years.
The Senate Veterans Affairs Committee has embraced a plan to expand eligibility for Post-9/11 caregiver benefits to older gen...
In one of the most disturbing recent audits of VA health care, a new Government Accountability Office report criticizes medic...
Suicide survivors can get support to deal with their grief.
Peer support offers respite to suicide survivors.
VA suicide prevention coordinators share their stories
The Veterans Choice Program allows certain veterans to use civilian doctors instead of going to a VA medical center.
Medications used to treat veteran health issues can be addicting. Recognizing addiction is the first step to recovering from...
If you are enrolled in the CHAMPVA program you may choose to participate in Medicare Part D.
PTSD can be have numerous causes and symptoms, but asking for help in dealing with it is a sign of strength - not weakness.
The Defense Centers of Excellence shares tips on what to expect in therapy and why you shouldn't be scared of it.
If you are experiencing thoughts of suicide, know that free and immediate help is available.
Here are six ways you can turn negative thoughts into positive thoughts
The Spartan Pledge is a commitment among veterans to stand for their fellow service members and veterans in times of despair.
September is suicide prevention month. The best way to support those going through difficult times is to "just be there".
Tinnitus, or ringing in the ears, while incurable may be treated. If you have it you should see the VA for possible compensat...
VA will provide hearing aids only in special situations
Women Veterans Twice as Likely to Experience PTSD and Symptoms Differ from Men
Are you playing a home game, or an away game? Are you dealing with issues in your life by not talking to your family about th...