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Charleston VAMC has a full-time Veterans Integration to Academic Leadership (VITAL) program coordinator to assist student Veterans with accessing VA resources designed to help them succeed in a collegiate setting.
March is Social Work Month and is celebrated by the more than 600,000 professional social workers across the country. VA social workers have been standing up for veterans and their caregivers and families since 1926.
Medical Foster Home (MFH) Caregiver Rose Doctor arranged a surprise 94th birthday party to honor U.S. Navy Veteran Freddie Young at the Trinity Missionary Baptist Church fellowship hall in late January.
New technology at Charleston VAMC enables its neurology team to “seize the moment” by helping Veterans who suffer from debilitating seizures. The VAMC activated its first Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (EMU) last September.
As a young airman, Bernard Smith was used to working on the flight line, helping prepare aircraft for flight into the Vietnam jungle. That is until the day an officer in Saigon ordered him to assist the mortician.