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VA Disability

Veteran Suicide Help

By | VA Disability

Approximately 22 veterans commit suicide each day.  The majority of those veterans received less than honorable discharges from the military. Secretary of the VA, David Shulkin, said in a news release recently: “Suicide prevention is my top clinical priority.  We want these former service members to know there is someplace…

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Veterans on Medicaid

By | VA Disability

Of the 22 million veterans in the United States, fewer than half of them receive health care through the VA system.  Some don’t qualify for VA services and others live too far from a VA facility to receive care there. Many rely instead on Medicaid.  Thirty-one states and the District…

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Mustard Gas Exposure During WWII

By | VA Disability

During World War Two, the United States military experimented on thousands of American troops by testing mustard gas on them.  As a result of the secret experiments, these veterans have been denied medical treatment and care. One such veteran is Arla Harrell who suffers from skin cancer, respiratory trouble, and…

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VA’s Building Removal Plan

By | VA Disability

The Department of Veterans Affairs has begun to implement its plan to dispose of or repurpose 71 buildings across the nation.  Over the next two years, they plan to dispose of or repurpose an additional 359 buildings. The average age of the buildings is 60 years, and the VA spends…

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VA Choice Plan

By | VA Disability

VA Secretary, David Shulkin, is calling his redesign of the Veterans Choice Program the Veterans’ Coordinated Access Rewarding Experience (CARE) Program.  Currently, veterans can receive authorization for community care only if the wait time for care at their nearest VA is 30 days or longer or they live more than…

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