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.
Brodeur family honored in Washington for its dedication and commitment as caregivers to their son Vincent Mannion-Brodeur, an Iraq veteran.
More than 390 veterans get help at the Legion's Veterans Outreach Center in Washington, D.C.
Nearly 200 veterans get help in the first two days of the Legion's Veterans Outreach Center in D.C.
Legion Veterans Affairs & Rehabilitation Division Chairman Ralph Bozella reflects on the success of the Legion's Veterans Crisis Command Centers, the future of outreach centers.
Legion town hall meeting empowers veterans to speak up about their experiences with the DC VA Medical Center.
American Legion National Commander Mike Helm spoke with the VA secretary on moving forward together to improve the timely delivery of health care to veterans.
87 veterans visit Legion's Veterans Crisis Command Center in Medford, Ore., in another successful outreach effort.
Access, customer service and other issues with VA come up during Legion town hall meeting in White City.
Legionnaire organizers founded 'Salute to Military' to assist veterans with the benefits process and provide information about the VA.
Legion invites participation from local veterans who experienced delays in appointments and receiving benefits.