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In a matter of minutes, the powerful winds produced by a hurricane or tropical storm can rip roofs off buildings, topple trees, cause massive flooding, and even cause death. You can take steps to ensure safety.
The Equine Therapy program at the Bay Pines VA Healthcare System provides Veterans with therapeutic interventions through respectful partnerships with horses. The program is available to eligible Veterans.
He came home to dreams of corpses, burning flesh and post-traumatic stress. With the help of Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Prolonged Exposure Therapy at the Bay Pines VAHCS, Williams is learning to get past the pain.
U.S. Army Veteran Terry Hayes looks forward to competing in 2018 National Veteran's Wheelchair Games. Hayes was diagnosed with Systemic Lupus in 2012, but hasn't let that get in the way of staying physically active.
Many Veterans are making the choice to become tobacco free. The physical stress from withdrawal and alteration of daily habits can make it challenging. The good news is that Veterans do not have to do it alone.
Proactive coordinated care helps to identify Veterans born between 1945 and 1965 who may be at risk of Hepatitis C. Once identified, dedicated staff reach out to the Veteran and offer Hepatitis C screening.
VA Police Officers at the Bay Pines VA Healthcare System now have a new tool to potentially save the lives of those who overdose on opioid medications - one of the many ways VA is working to combat the opioid epidemic.