A little-noticed provision makes it easier for surviving spouses to continue receiving Department of Veterans Affairs benefits if they remarry.
Love After War Documentary Film – Candid and Expert Storytelling About Disability, Intimacy, Sexuality and Compassion
Hope for active duty service members and veterans who have returned home with physical and/or psychological health challenges that are creating difficulties in their intimate lives.
United Spinal VetsFirst program are pleased to offer a free screening of this documentary that introduces viewers to veterans who candidly share how they won the battle to restore emotional closeness and physical intimacy after surviving catastrophic combat-related injuries.
LGBT veterans forced from the military for their sexual orientation and given other-than-honorable discharges will be able to receive full Veterans Affairs benefits despite their dismissal status.
Whether need to make an appointment for a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine or you’re just trying to get into your favorite restaurant, there’s a chance that you will need to prove your COVID-19 vaccination status.
VetsFirst is proud to sign a joint statement related to the current events rapidly unfolding in Afghanistan. We are standing by to help during these challenging times.