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Nearly a year ago, Army Veteran, Armando entered the Phoenix VA for the fight of his life. But, Armando’s story of fighting didn’t start when he became the first Phoenix VA Veteran diagnosed with COVID-19 ...
VAPHXHCS wants to keep you abreast of this upcoming change that was part of the nation's relief response to the COVID-19 pandemic so you can plan accordingly. There are many options and resources for Veterans.
Staff from the Phoenix VA Health Care System HUD-VASH along with the Salvation Army, Southwest Division, Emergency Disaster Services team delivered goods to 120 Veteran residents within the Victory Place community.
Phoenix VA CRRC employees participated with local, state and federal agencies Jan. 23 in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s annual effort to estimate the number of Americans who are homeless.