Veterans to receive access to commissary/PX, Free premium LinkedIn, Your VA health records on iPhone

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Veterans and Transitioning Military Get a Free Year of LinkedIn Premium

LinkedIn is offering Veterans, VA caregivers, Fry Scholars, and those transitioning from Military to civilian life a year of free LinkedIn Premium and one-year access to LinkedIn Learning. 


Veterans Can Now Access Information Through Health Records on iPhone


The US Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) now provides access for veterans to their health data in the Health Section of the Health app for iPhone. VA hopes to provide Veterans with access to their health data at any time and in one place to make it easier to keep their health in check.


The Great American Smokeout


VA invites Veterans to join the Great American Smokeout on Thursday, Nov. 21. Whether the Smokeout marks your quit day or inspires you to stick to your quit plan, there’s no better day to celebrate a life free from smoking. 


Serving America's Veterans by Providing Tips on Investing for the Future


The SEC offers Veterans information, tips, and resources on financial investing and savings. Ranging from preparedness checklists to interest calculators, the SEC provides tools, on their military-focused website, to assist Veterans and their families in planning their financial future.


Commissary, Military Service Exchange, and MWR Access Extended to More Veterans Beginning January


Starting Jan. 1, 2020, the Department of Defense is expanding access to military commissaries, exchanges, and morale, welfare and recreation facilities for certain Veterans and caregivers. Those eligible for access include all service-connected Veterans, Purple Heart recipients, former Prisoners of War (POW), and those approved and designated as the primary family caregivers of eligible Veterans. To acquire the in-person privileged access, all eligible Veterans must obtain a Veteran Health Identification Card (VHIC).


VA Podcast: Borne the Battle


Robert Primeaux, U.S. Army Vietnam Veteran, Stuntman, Actor, Lakota Warrior shares the four cardinal virtues of the Lakota that helped him return from war.



Update: Health Information Sharing is essential to Veterans’ health

Sharing Information

With the launch of the VA MISSION Act this past June, VA expanded Veterans’ access to community care. We use the Veteran’s Health Information Exchange (VHIE) to securely share health information with our trusted network of community providers. We encourage all Veterans to take advantage of automatic, secure sharing via VHIE to give their providers a more complete view of their medical history.


Survivors Quick Start Guide

Survivors QSG

Part of VA’s Welcome Kit, the Survivors quick start guide begins with a step by step checklist for preparing, applying for, and following up on the available benefits. Each step spells out in plain language what to do, what forms to fill out, and who to call if you need help.


National Resource Directory

Did you know the National Resource Directory has more than 14,000 vetted resources available to you right now? Featured Resource: Military & Veteran Caregiver Network

Offers peer-based support and services to connect those providing care for Service Members and Veterans who are dealing with wounds, illnesses and/or injuries.

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Are you a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one? 

Did you know that VA offers same day services in Primary Care and Mental Health at 172 VA Medical Centers across the country? Make the Connection Resource Locator

Contact the Veterans Crisis Line (1-800-273-8255 and press 1, Chat, or Text 838255.)

RallyPoint Resources

Learn how RallyPoint can help you and other members of the Veteran community. Connect with Veterans about mild to moderate TBIs. Discuss with Veterans the symptoms of un-undiagnosed brain injuries. Learn ways to get free R&R style PTSD treatment. 

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