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Salvation Army and VA deliver goods to VeteransSalvation Army and VA deliver goods to 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.
From War to Crack and BackFrom War to Crack and Back
Elias Matthews served honorably for the U.S. Army from 1982 to 1991 to include a combat tour in the Gulf War before he got caught up in the crack epidemic of the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Phoenix VA was highlighted by Valley Metro in the Clean Air Campaign.Phoenix VA Highlighted in Clean Air Campaign
The Phoenix VA was recently honored by the Valley Metro Clean Air Campaign for making a difference in the Valley’s air quality by promoting and using alternative modes of transportation.
Phoenix VA employees talk to homeless Veterans during the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's annual count.Phoenix VA participates in national homeless count
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.
Phoenix VA employees help a Veteran during the 2018 Maricopa County Veterans' StandDownPhoenix VA, Valley Partners Break Down Barriers
The Phoenix VA and a variety of partner organizations provided resources and care to more than 1,000 Phoenix area Veterans Jan. 25-27 for the 17th Annual Maricopa County Veteran StandDown.
Rebecca Golden dines at Teddy's Big Burgers in Maui, Hawaii.Veteran's Final Dream Realized
She day dreamt of sandy beaches and a tropical paradise as her plane flew over Oahu en route to Taiwan. But, at age 60, Rebecca Golden was diagnosed with lung cancer with a prognosis of 12 months.
The TED vehicle visited the Phoenix VA, Jan. 11, showcasing the latest technology in telehealth.TED Brings Latest Technology to Phoenix VA
Telehealth Education Delivered (TED) visited the Carl T. Hayden VA Hospital, Jan. 11, to give providers, service chiefs and Veterans a glimpse into the latest telehealth technology.
Phoenix VA now provides text messages to Veterans for appointment reminders.VEText Notes at Phoenix VA
The Phoenix VA Health Care System launched VEText, Dec. 8, to provide Veterans a convenient text message system to remind them of appointments and allow them to opt out of an appoint with a simple text message reply.
Collage of numbersCount Off: FY17 numbers show growth at Phoenix VA
Count Off: FY17 numbers tell story of growth at Phoenix VA Health Care System. In a time when many VA health care systems are shrinking, Veterans are still coming to the Phoenix area and seeking health care from the VA.
Michael Nash credits the VA with saving his life.Vet credits VA for saving his, caregiver's lives
Most Phoenicians remember June 20 as just another record-breaking temperature. The Valley was 119 degrees – enough to ground planes at Sky Harbor International Airport, but for one Veteran, it was Christmas in June.

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