ExploreVA Facebook Live event: VA health care for women Veterans


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Women Veterans: VA offers comprehensive health care options for all stages of life. Whether you’re recovering from an injury, starting a family or looking to lead a more active lifestyle, VA can help.

Interested in learning more?

Join us for a Facebook Live event on March 20 as representatives from VA and Wounded Warrior Project discuss VA health care services, where to get more information and how to enroll.

Participating is easy.

  • Visit Wounded Warrior Project’s Facebook page a few minutes before 2 p.m. EDT.
  • Refresh your page at 2 p.m. EDT to watch the video discussion, the live video will begin on the hour.
  • Click on the video, make sure it is unmuted and turn up your sound.
  • Type your questions into the comments below the video. Representatives from VA and WWP will answer questions and provide resources. You will need a Facebook account to ask questions.

Author

Gary Hicks

  is a public affairs specialist and serves as the senior writer in the Office of Public and Intergovernmental Affairs. He is a former managing editor of a daily newspaper and served in both the Army and Air Force prior to joining VA in 2006. Gary’s wife is an Air Force Senior NCO stationed at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland.

Comments

  1. Donna therese Stearns    

    Can someone please help me find the veteran Resources in my area that will help me. I just read a article on adaptive sports for Veterans that can be trained to do various sports as paraplegics and blind veterans too. It brought me to tears to know that there is training for blind baseball. My all time favorite sport which I cannot participate in because I am blind in my right eye due to brain surgery while on active duty. I have been seeing the Veterans Hospital since retirement and all I can get is low vision care from them and nothing else..I asked for a cane training class. It was not offered but the technician put it in my medical records that I asked for it. And nothing was ever said or done about it..My vision has changed the way I am forced to live. It affects my everyday life. I adapted to the best of my ability. But if there is more help for be I would like to know what is being offered to help me live a happier life after retirement. I have PTSD and i am not impressed with the run around I get from my psychiatrist. I want to be checked into a facility so I can get a healthier perspective on my whole life and in charge of my emotions. Can some one contact me and help me get the best service that is available to me as a Veteran..a combat veteran…a retiree and a person. My life really needs to change for the better..

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