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For over 8 years, Rene Ehret has been working two shifts a week to stay busy, but more importantly, he says, to “interact with good people and do something truly worthwhile – preparing good food for veterans.”
Would you like to be a VA Volunteer? One of the reasons people volunteer is the opportunity to help others. For many VA volunteers, that passion is fulfilled by serving veterans; those who have done so much for others.
On March 1, 2018, VA Western New York Healthcare System hosted an outstanding veterans art show. Charles Brown’s incredibly detailed and vividly colored painting of a tiger was one of the art works displayed.
Ten Sailors arrived at the Buffalo and Batavia VA's and visited with patients as part of several days of crew and community celebrations, public relations tours, and receptions for commissioning the new USS Little Rock.
The holiday season in Western New York kicked off in late October for Veterans at VA Western New York Healthcare System (VA WNYHS). VA Police held their 2nd Annual Veterans Halloween Party at the Batavia VA NCO Club.
In mid-September, 2017, VA Western New York Healthcare System staff members stepped forward to volunteer their time, energy, and compassion to help the people in Puerto Rico recover from Hurricane Maria's devastation.
This year’s VA mental health summit focused on bringing together stakeholders from the public health community with the goal of enhancing access to mental health services for Veterans and their families.
We can all play a role in preventing suicide, but many people don't know what they can do to support the Veteran or Servicemember in their life. A simple act of kindness can help someone feel less alone.