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In two days, more than 60 veterans have received help at the Legion’s Veterans Crisis Command Center.
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American Legion believes having an independent authority investigate Phoenix VA Health Care System will lend more credibility to the findings.
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During a Legion town hall meeting in Honolulu, veterans air some frustrations with being able to get to VA facilities, hear about VA services in their area.
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A town hall meeting and crisis center for veterans will be held at American Legion Post 439 in La Feria.
The new guidelines will help veterans who left the military with undiagnosed post-traumatic stress disorder.
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The three-day American Legion Veterans Crisis Command Center in Charlotte, N.C., assisted 238 veterans and family members.
Online chat, text services are VA’s latest outreach for veterans contemplating suicide.
During its national convention, The American Legion continues to help veterans with their health care and benefits.
Both veterans advocates praised for their leadership in Congress during Department of Veterans Affairs scandal.
New release from VA’s Office of Inspector General reveals that 93 facilities are now being studied for falsifying appointment records.
National commander: VA needs to do more than investigate itself on this matter.
The new VA secretary is guided by the words, ‘Choose the harder right instead of the easier wrong.’
Area veterans express frustration over local VA services and lack of respect shown toward them during Legion town hall meeting in Charlotte.
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National commander said Legion needs to 'continue to seize the moment' in its dedication to veterans and their health-care needs.
The American Legion will hold a town hall meeting and set up a veterans crisis center during its 96th National Convention
VA official says VA is figuratively on fire and that change is the ‘fire hose’ needed to put it out.
The department’s interim under secretary for health speaks frankly to Legionnaires.
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More than 80 veterans in two days visit the Legion's Veterans Crisis Command Center in Shinnston, W.Va.
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Veterans at Legion town hall meeting in Clarksburg, W.Va., say the the 'health-care' side of VA is world-class, but the 'administrative side' is anything but.
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Legion and VA staff helped 143 veterans file claims, enroll in the health-care system and more.
Congressional leaders praised for reaching agreement and passing emergency legislation to speed up and improve delivery of VA health care for veterans.
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National Commander: 'Together, we can get VA back on track and restore trust among the patients it serves, as well as the public who expects nothing less than timely, high-quality care for our nation’s veterans.'
While some complained, others praised the quality of staff and medical treatment.
Legion will be on hand to assist in filing VA benefits claims, schedule health-care appointments.
Measure will seek to correct longstanding systemic problems within the department.
Statement: "Last-minute VA request for $17.6 billion dollars in additional spending only hampers an already difficult VA conference committee negotiating process."
More than 2,000 veterans have come to Legion crisis centers in the past six weeks; the Legion's Verna Jones shared some of their stories before the House Committee on Veterans' Affairs.
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The American Legion Department of Arizona is conducting a veterans command center July 24 in Mesa to reach out to veterans in need.
The Legion will hold a town hall meeting July 28 and crisis center July 29-Aug.1 to assist veterans and family members affected by delays in accessing VA health care.