The range of health issues facing America's veterans is both wide and ever-evolving. The American Legion recognizes this and provides valuable health-care information on a variety of conditions, as well as regularly updated information on the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Clinics in Mayaguez and Ponce were shut down by a minor technicality in VA policy.
In three days, the Department of North Carolina's Veterans Benefits Action Center delivered nearly $600,000 in retroactive, overdue VA benefits.
National Commander Helm responds to Department of Veterans Inspector General report substantiating gross mismanagement, negligence and misconduct at Philly Regional Office.
Department of Veterans Affairs officials will hear concerns raised by veterans at recent Legion-sponsored town hall.
Day 1 of North Carolina's Veterans Benefits Action Center brings life-changing help to several veterans.
With electricity costs three times greater than in the United States, the San Juan hospital often has budget overruns.
Veterans living on the island are being told they are ineligible for Choice Card options.
The American Legion Department of North Carolina will conduct a Veterans Benefits Action Center in Asheville, April 8-10.
American Legion-led team delivers assistance, care packages and hope for veterans on the streets.
Legion staff will also visit three VA medical facilities in Puerto Rico.