VFW Post 10859​​

 

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  ​​Combat Related Special Compensation (CRSC)


  Silver Paw Ranch - Service Dog Organization

  


VA Eliminates Net Worth as Health Care Eligibility Factor

 

The Department of Veterans Affairs is updating the way it determines eligibility for VA health care, a change that will result in more Veterans having access to the health care benefits they've earned and deserve.


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Health Care Eligibility Factor



Indestructible USB Emergency IDs

In the past, the mail order and online engraved ID bracelet was consumers' only option. These old-fashioned IDs are limited to five lines of text and can't be updated to include new information as one travels or as medications change. EPIC-id is changing all of that. A streamlined, impact- and waterproof bracelet with a USB port, it saves and stores all of your pertinent statistics so that if something happens, EMTs, firefighters and first responders have all the information they need. EPIC-ids are reliable, comprehensive and self-contained, making them the future of the med-ID market.

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EPIC-id


Agent Orange


   During the Vietnam War, between 1962 and 1971, the United States  military sprayed nearly 20,000,000 U.S. gallons (75,700,000 L) of chemical    

   herbicides and defoliants in Vietnam, eastern Laos and parts of  Cambodia, as part of the aerial defoliation program known as Operation  Ranch Hand.

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10 Things Every Veteran Should Know About Agent Orange

​Learn the basics of VA's Agent Orange benefits and care.​​


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  Web Sites:


  Go toVeterans Health Administration


​  Go to Veterans Health Identification Card


  Go to Veterans Health Benefits

​  My HealtheVet is the VA’s online personal health record:

                       Go to My HealtheVet 


  PTSD:

​          Talking to Your Doctor

          Marijuana Use and PTSD among Veterans


  Go to Veterans Mental Health - Suicide Prevention

​Veterans and their loved ones can call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1.

          VA Suicide Report 1979 - 2014, published on 3 August 2016  


​  Go to Mesothelioma Group


  Go to Agent Orange


​ Go to Burn Pit Report



  VA Health Locations:

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VA Bakersfield Community-Based Outpatient Clinic

  Go to 
VA West Los Angeles Medical Center​​


​  Go to VA Central California Health Care System - Fresno

  

 

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