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During the months of September and October, Stand Down Against Veteran Homelessness events are held in Savannah, Georgia, and in Myrtle Beach and Charleston, South Carolina. Learn more about these upcoming events.
National POW/MIA Recognition Day is observed Friday, Sept. 15, and is a sobering reminder that freedom truly isn’t free. Former Army Staff Sgt. John “Jack” E. Lillich can tell you about the price of freedom.
September is Suicide Prevention Month. Veteran suicide is not only a tragedy—it’s an epidemic. VA Secretary Dr. David Shulkin placed suicide prevention at the top of his list of priorities shortly after being appointed.
Charleston VAMC was recently named as one of the top 25 Environmental Excellence Award winners by Practice Greenhealth, the nation’s leading organization dedicated to environmental sustainability in health care.
Dr. Paul Ross, the newest dermatologist at the Beaufort VA Community Outpatient Clinic, has helped make a significant impact by providing dermatology services to area Veterans since his arrival in October 2016.
Navy Veteran and Charleston VAMC patient Patricia Farrell-Hursey danced her way into her first appearance at a VA adaptive sports event – this year’s 31st National Veterans Golden Age Games held May 11–17 in Biloxi.
Veterans can successfully deal with struggles they may face in relationships with their spouses and children through a patient-family centered approach in the Couples and Family Therapy Clinic at Charleston VAMC.