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.
American Legion Veterans Crisis Command Centers in St. Louis, Fort Collins, Colo., put nearly 300 veterans together with Legion, VA reps.
Acting Secretary of Veterans Affairs Sloan Gibson outlined serious problems regarding access to health care to Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs.
More than 40 veterans seek help at the Legion's Veterans Crisis Command Center in Fort Collins, Colo.
The Legion's Veterans Crisis Command Center in St. Louis assisted veterans with unresolved claims and appeals.
Veterans discussed appointment delays and lack of VA leadership during the Legion's Systmen Worth Saving meeting in St. Louis.
Many veterans express frustration with the Veterans Benefits Administration during Legion town hall meeting in Ft. Collins, Colo.
Legion testifies before House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs on finding a solution to the high rate of veterans suicide.
Legion will be in St. Louis July 14-18 to conduct town hall meeting, set up crisis center to assist veterans and family members affected by delays in accessing VA health care.
74 veterans receive retroactive VA benefits totalling more than $460,000; others receive help with medical appointments, bereavement counseling and other services.
President Obama has nominated West Point grad, former P&G head Bob McDonald to take over Department of Veterans Affairs.