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The Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center is hosting the 6th annual Angel Tree for Homeless Veterans. This program gives joy to our homeless Veterans by providing necessary items for the cold winter months.
The Veterans Treatment Court is a one stop shop to connect Veterans who are having struggles in their lives with the right programs, benefits, and services needed to get a second chance for a new beginning in life.
September is National Suicide Prevention Month. All throughout the month, mental health advocates, prevention organizations, survivors, allies, and community members unite to promote suicide prevention awareness.
Since 2010, the Louis A. Johnson VAMC (LAJVAMC) has had a family caregiver program in accordance with the 2010 law providing support for Post-9/11 Era Veterans and their family members who provide care for them.
Diabetes can wear you down and put you in a chair with your eyes glued to the television. Your active life can fade into the past. Learn how to lower your risk or to better control Type 2 Diabetes if you have it.