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Mindfulness in a minute

With a one-minute intention setting practice, you can be reminded how to bring intentions from the heart into your own health, well-being, and daily work life. This short practice can remind you how to bring intentions from the heart into your daily work life simply by remembering to be present. learn more  

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Accessing Veterans’ records from the National Archives

Are you looking for your service records, or those of a family member? The National Archives in St. Louis, MO, is the official repository of millions of records for all military personnel and service branches who served during the late 19th and 20th century.

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A Healthy Mind is a Healthy Body

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and together, we can fight stigma, provide support, and advocate for policies that support the millions of people in the U.S. affected by mental illness. No matter what, you are inherently worthy of more than enough life, love and healing. Showing up, just as you are, for yourself and the people around you is more than enough. learn more  

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Top 10 Questions About VA’s New Guaranteed Life Insurance for Veterans

Veterans Affairs Life Insurance (VALife) is VA’s newest whole life insurance program that offers cash value and very competitive premium rates for all service-connected Veterans age 80 and under. Veterans Affairs Life Insurance (VALife) increases access to life insurance for more service-connected Veterans than ever before. learn more   .youtube { overflow:hidden; padding-bottom:56.25%; position:relative; height:0; } .youtube iframe {

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VA Disability & VA Pension: What’s the Difference?

When it comes to Veterans’ benefits, there is a lot of confusion about the difference between VA disability vs. pension. Both are important programs that provide financial assistance but they are quite different. learn more   .youtube { overflow:hidden; padding-bottom:56.25%; position:relative; height:0; } .youtube iframe { left:0; top:0; height:100%; width:100%; position:absolute; }


VETS4Warriors provides 24/7 peer support

This time of year can feel heavy. Veterans in need of support may be coping with loss or trauma and may be recovering from an emotionally challenging holiday season. All of this can lead to stress, anxiety or worse – a crisis. In times like these, peer support is essential. That is why Vets4Warriors has Veterans on-call ready to provide an empathetic, respectful and nonjudgmental ear and solve challenges.

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Personal experiences with PTSD

Hearing other Veterans talk about their PTSD may help you feel less alone and recognize if you’re having PTSD symptoms. Since many Veterans with PTSD avoid talking about it, the videos on AboutFace can help you learn about the different ways PTSD can look. AboutFace is a website that features over 1,000 videos of Veterans talking about their experiences with PTSD and treatment. You can also learn how

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January is National Blood Donor Month

Now more than ever, especially in the pandemic, we need to donate and give blood as there has been a shortage of blood donors. What better time than on National Blood Donor Month? Blood is being collected to be shipped out all over the world and we have Army, Air Force, Navy and DOD civilians acting as the local community. learn more   .youtube {

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Protect those who matter most with VA Life Insurance

Life insurance is a key component of an individual or family’s future financial planning, and VA Life Insurance has been serving our Nation’s Veterans, service members and their families for over 100 years. With the right policy and coverage amount, life insurance can cover end-of-life costs, provide an inheritance to family, serve as income to a spouse or cover some outstanding debts. learn more   .youtube