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Northern Arizona VA Health Care System

Local Features

Dorothy Walker - Volunteer at NAVAHCS for 16 years70th Anniversary of VAVS
This is the 70th Anniversary of Veterans Affairs Voluntary Service (VAVS) and Northern Arizona VA Health Care System (AVAHCS) has the opportunity to recognize our amazing volunteers for everything they do.
Dr.. Piatt, Acting Medical Center Director with a Vietnam VeteranVietnam Veteran 50th Anniversary Commemoration
Our medical center leadership created a special coin to recognize our Vietnam Era Veterans on the Vietnam War 50th Anniversary. We acknowledge our Vietnam Era Veterans,welcome them home and present them with our coin.
Veteran Robert Spencer logging in to his MyHealtheVet accountMy HealtheVet
For one Veteran, the ability to stay in touch with your VA care team is an important aspect of your health care. My HealtheVet helps make this happen for Veterans. Get started today with access to your health records.
MOVE Program LogoMOVE Program - Helping Veterans Get Healthy
The MOVE! Program has been a part of VA for over 10 years. The MOVE Program encourages healthy eating, increased activity and improves the lives of our Veterans. It is NOT a diet; it is a lifestyle choice.
Mr. Cornelius with NAVAHCS Associate Director, Michael WelshRaising Money For Our Veterans
World War II double Bronze Star recipient and Veteran John Cornelius, continuously raises money for his fellow Veterans at NAVAHCS. This donation was $21,000 and the actual total for 2015 was $199,000.
From left:  Sherie Mercier, American Legion Area  C Vice Commander, Michael Welsh, NAVAHCS Associate Director, Billy Ellis, American Legion State Commander, Josephine Herrera, American Legion Auxiliary State President, Dr. Piatt, NAVAHCS Acting Medical Center Director, Carmen Goswick, American LegioAmerican Legion Auxiliary Christmas Gift Shop
The American Legion Auxiliary Whipple Christmas Gift Shop has been a part of the Prescott community for over 70 years which makes it the longest running VA gift shop. This year the event was November 30 - December 2.
Voice of the Veteran Truth Point SurveyVoice of the Veteran – Truth Point Survey
Northern Arizona VA Health Care System strives to provide the best care possible for our Nation’s heroes. To assist us in our endeavors, we have been using Truth Point to gain feedback from Veterans on their care.
Medical Foster Home Program Caregiver  - Robbin Dohm at her home in Chino ValleyMedical Foster Home Program
Medical Foster Home is an alternative to nursing home care in a personal home setting for eligible Veterans who are no longer able to safely live independently. Prescott has four homes serving six Veterans.
Patient Escort VolunteersOur Veteran Volunteers Really Making a Difference
Volunteering can mean a lot of different things to someone, but to Jim Burg, it means giving back. If you or someone you know is thinking about volunteering please call our Voluntary Service at (928) 776-6013.
Donna Hitt, LiCSW and IOP ManagerIntensive Outpatient Program (IOP) for Veterans
NAVAHCS is starting a new program at the new Mental Health Clinic. The program will provide individualized care for Veterans recovering from a combination of addiction, trauma and other mental health aliments.

From the Veterans Health Administration

Dr. Bush and Army Veteran Michael Fuller I am here to help, that is my gift to you.
VA Audiologist Dr. Erica Bush lost her hearing as a child and understands the challenges of Veterans with hearing problems. Read her inspiring story of turning her experiences into helping Veterans.
Army Veteran Michael Owen shaking hands with other volunteersWanted: Half a Million More Veterans to Volunteer
It's called the Million Veteran Program and we're half way there. A Veteran from Alabama became the 500,000th Veteran to voluntarily enroll in the program which may help to prevent and treat diseases.
Psychologist Dr. Mary Beth Shea with Veteran patientPsychologist Led VA Team Responding to Shootings
Some of America’s best doctors work for VA. We would like you to meet them. After the tragic event in Orlando, a VA doctor led a team of VA employees to help the families of the victims.
VA Employees and Veterans walk together to raise awareness and more for homeless VeteransVA Employees and Vets Walk for Homeless Veterans
19,000 VA employees and 8,000 Veterans donated clothing and other items worth more than $384,000 for homeless Veterans. And took a healthy walk along the way: VA’s Annual VA2K Walk & Roll.
VA Chaplin speaking with Veteran about spiritualityTalking Spiritual about Moral Injury
VA chaplains help Veterans in many ways, including invisible injuries. Read how one New York VA chaplain works with Veterans dealing with moral injury, helping them cope with memories they push away.
Women Veterans Call Center EmployeeVA invites Women Veterans to Chat Online
The Women Veterans Call Center has a new online, one-to-one chat function. Women Veterans can chat online anonymously via text with a trained woman representative, many of whom are Veterans.
Veteran throwing Javelin at Golden Age GamesVeteran Golden Age Games Underway in Detroit
Golden Age Games - it is about the rehabilitation value that wellness and fitness provide in the lives of older Veterans and a good time, competition and fellowship with other Veterans.
Image of Veteran outdoors with friends and his horseDying Veteran Emotional Last Request
Paralyzed by a bullet to his spine in Vietnam combat, Roberto Gonzalez still found many things to enjoy in life. His favorite was his horses. Near the end of his life, he had one last request.
Veteran competeing in Wheelchair games in an Archery match. Wheelchair Games are about Living Healthy Lives
All this week VA and the Paralyzed Veterans of America are hosting the National Veterans Wheelchair Games. Veterans will participate in 18 wheelchair sports events in Salt Lake City.
Image of a Monarch butterfly on a flowerButterflies Symbolize Hope for Paralyzed Veterans
In early May about 30 patients and staff gathered on the front patio of the Milwaukee Veteran Affairs Spinal Cord Injury building to witness a special ceremony: the release of hundreds of butterflies.

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