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Veterans Administration

  • Dr. Shereef Elnahal, Under Secretary for Health at the Veterans Health Administration within the Department of Veterans Affairs shares VA health care quality outranks other hospitals, multiple reviews show.
  • Pierogi Fest is July 28-30, 2023The SAFECHR NWI Awareness event is July 26, 2023Veterans are encourage to file for toxic-exposure related claimsNew book author encourages leaders to be "queer-minded"
  • On August 10, 2022, President Joe Biden signed the PACT Act into law. The PACT Act expands health care and benefits to millions of Veterans exposed to burn pits and other toxic substances.
  • On January 1, 2023, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is launching a new life insurance program called Veterans Affairs Life Insurance (VALife). VALife expands access to life insurance coverage for more veterans with service-connected disabilities than ever before. It offers guaranteed acceptance whole life insurance to all veterans age 80 and under with service-connected disabilities.
  • Will the Region's manufacturing employment make a comeback? The Department of Veterans Affairs is rolling out a new life insurance program and a youth advocate shares tips on how we can all unite to promote suicide prevention. .
  • The first-time homebuyer faces a very daunting market just when there is a little more real estate inventory opening up. But if they’re a veteran, a military service-member or a surviving spouse of either — they should know about VA Home Loans. Lakeshore Public Radio’s Dee Dotson recently spoke with John Bell, III John Bell, III, Executive Director, VA Loan Guaranty Service Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) about all of the cost saving benefits of a VA home loan.
  • Indiana passed a near-total abortion ban earlier this month. Supporters of abortion rights said the measure was too restrictive while anti-abortion groups said it didn’t go far enough. We' hear from advocates from both sides of the debate.