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VA Nurse and formerly homeless Veteran: ‘For every bad thing you hear that goes on at the VA, there’s a thousand great things that go on there that you will never hear about’

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Today Little Rock’s Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System nurse and Veteran David Hathcock works in the same hospital that helped him pull his life together after becoming addicted to drugs and losing “everything” including his home and car.

Fourth Round Of $75 Million In Vhhp Funds Now Available For Veteran Housing

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75 MILLION IN VHHP FUNDS

 

Today, the Veterans Housing and Homelessness Prevention (VHHP) program announced the availability of $75 million in funding to assist in developing housing opportunities for our Veterans, especially those at risk of homelessness or experiencing temporary or chronic homelessness.

Helping homeless and marginally housed Veterans through photography

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A research team led by Dr. Keri L. Rodriguez with the Center for Health Equity Research and Promotion at the VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System examined the use of photography to help homeless or marginally housed Veterans express their feelings about their health. Most study participants said they felt positive about their experiences taking photographs.

West Los Angeles VA finally returning to homeless mission

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Veterans will have access to permanent supportive housing, free legal assistance, family counseling and innovative mental health treatment under a new plan for the West Los Angeles VA Medical Center campus announced Thursday. Many of the new services will be funded or staffed by UCLA under an agreement that allows its baseball stadium to remain on VA property but allows veterans to use the facility.

The Obstacles Facing VA In Its Fight To End Veteran Homelessness

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Fighting Homelessness

 

At a time when the Department of Veterans Affairs has its hands full combating the opiate epidemic among Veterans; walking a tightrope on medical cannabis research; chipping away at its claims backlog; and ending Veterans suicide, it’s struggling to find time and resources to end Veteran homelessness.

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