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Veterans Affairs Begins Search for Veterans Outpatient Clinic in Montgomery County

Mikulski, Cardin, Van Hollen, and Leggett Announce Department of Veterans Affairs has Begun Location Search for Outpatient Clinic in Montgomery County; New Community-Based Outpatient Clinic Will Improve Access to Care […]

Bethesda Cares Hiring Veteran Housing Specialist

Bethesda Cares is hiring! As proud members of Zero:2016, the nationwide movement to end veteran homelessness by 2016, Bethesda Cares is excited to announce a new position: Veterans Rapid Re-Housing Specialist.

Medical Errors Are Up at VA Hospitals, But They’re Actually Doing Less to Figure Out Why

A report released by the Government Accountability Office has found that while VA hospitals are under growing pressure to reduce medical mistakes, the Dept. of Veterans Affairs is doing less to identify problems.

Governor Proclaims Aug 30th-Sept 5th Overdose Awareness Week in Maryland

Gov. Larry Hogan has proclaimed August 30 - Sept. 5 to be Overdose Awareness Week in Maryland.

6 Women Who Fought In Direct Combat In Iraq And Afghanistan

These women served honorably and bravely in a complex war in Iraq and Afghanistan without frontlines.

Wounded Veterans, Those With PTSD, Find Ways To Cope

"It had been four years since Erickson, a trauma nurse, witnessed some of the worst from the war in Iraq and Afghanistan. When she transferred from the Walter Reed Army Hospital to join the 86th Combat Support Hospital at Fort Campbell, those gruesome memories came rushing back. Her sleep, and her health, deteriorated. Less than a year later, Erickson was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder."

Troops Discharged for Misconduct at Greater Risk of Homelessness

Researchers with the Veterans Affairs Salt Lake City Health Care System have recently found that those troops who have been discharged for misconduct are at a higher risk, nearly five times, of homelessness than those with normal separations.

5 Must Know GI Bill Facts

Are you looking at using your GI Bill? Here are some important facts that you may not have known.

Backlog of veterans claims dips below 100,000 cases

The Department of Veterans Affairs has recently reported that disability claims have fallen below 100,000 cases, showing that the efforts made in modernizing their systems are paying off.

New Tricare Drug Prices Take Effect Oct. 1, Pentagon Says

Due to changes with Tricare, Military families and retirees who regularly refill some brand-name medications at retail pharmacies will need to either switch to home delivery, get their drugs at a military treatment facility or start paying for them out of pocket beginning October 1.

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