Virginia Wounded Warrior Program News
The National Center for PTSD continually promotes awareness of PTSD and effective treatments. Help raise PTSD awareness.
The annual Caroline County Wounded Warriors Bass Fishing Tournament took place on Saturday April 27, 2013.
National Military Appreciation Month recognizes all service members past and present, veteran and current. May is also Mental Health Awareness Month.
“The Veterans Affairs Department has launched a new hotline -- 1-855-VA-WOMEN (1-855-829-6636) -- to receive and respond to questions from veterans, their families and caregivers about the many VA services and resources available to women veterans. The service began accepting calls March 27.”
On Friday, March 8th Virginia Veterans Corps (VVC) members participated in a training activity and celebrated AmeriCorps Week.
NASA Langley Research Center - Research Internship Opportunities
ROANOKE, VA - A new program is being launched across the state to help families and veterans with common issues when they come back from deployment.
Honor Flight Reschedules WWII Veteran’s Trip to Washington, DC, Memorials to June 8, 2013
The Virginia Wounded Warrior Program (VWWP), a division of the Virginia Department of Veterans Services, in collaboration with the Virginia Department of Health, are making available Family of Heroes
March is Brain Injury Awareness month. March 13, 2013 is Brain Injury Awareness Day - Capitol Hill in Washington, DC - 10AM to 2PM