Virginia Wounded Warrior Program - Home of Virginia's Veterans and Their Family of Supporters
PTSD Awareness Month
The National Center for PTSD continually promotes awareness of PTSD and effective treatments. Help raise PTSD awareness.
Annual Caroline County Wounded Warriors Bass Fishing Tournament
The annual Caroline County Wounded Warriors Bass Fishing Tournament took place on Saturday April 27, 2013.
Military Appreciation Month/Mental Health Awareness
National Military Appreciation Month recognizes all service members past and present, veteran and current. May is also Mental Health Awareness Month.
Women Veterans Call Center
“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 ...
On Friday, March 8th Virginia Veterans Corps (VVC) members participated in a training activity and celebrated AmeriCorps Week.
Interested in returning to college but don’t know where to start? Virginia Veterans On Campus is an incredible resource for wounded warriors who are transitioning to college.
This website will answer your questions about college to help you get off to a great start. For instance, learn the steps needed to get your VA education benefits, how to get into college, strategies for dealing with PTSD on campus, and a variety of other relevant topics.
In addition, hear from student veterans who will share their experiences and recommendations for achieving success in college.
Click here to link to the Virginia Department of Veterans Services (DVS)