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The Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center partnered with Goodwill Industries of Lower South Carolina and Palmetto Warrior Connection to host its 16th annual Stand Down Against Veteran Homelessness Oct. 30.
Veterans in the Lowcountry have another weapon in their arsenal in the fight against homelessness—the Community Resource and Referral Center, where they can find housing, employment and educational opportunities.
In a nondescript building thousands of tiny orange bottles jostle along automated conveyor belts, jockeying for position as they traverse the interior of the 75,000 square foot Consolidated Mail Outpatient Pharmacy.
In April 2003, Air Force Veteran Joe Towles walked through the doors of the Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center on a mission to change his life. Today he has 12 years sober and works as a case manager at Vet Villas.
On June 22, 2007 at the young age of 32, Overton was diagnosed with breast cancer which led to months of chemo treatment and 35 days of radiation. Today, she is looking forward to reaching her 10 year cancer free mark.
Protect yourself, your loved ones and your patients by getting this season’s flu vaccine. Flu shots are now available for patient Veterans and VA employees at the Ralph H. Johnson Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
Army Veteran April Rencher didn't plan on becoming homeless. But after watching her world fall apart, she's now building a new life for herself with a little help from her friends at the Tuscaloosa VA.
Whether from high noise in military operations or during training, hearing loss and tinnitus account for the two most prevalent service-connected disabilities among Veterans. Many do not realize it until too late.