Here you will find, collected for your convenience, various resources, organizations, and products of interest to Veterans.


Veterans Health Administration (VHA) – U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
We hear you: “Where’s my new VA ID card?” If you already have the legacy card your new card will automatically be mailed to you by the end of winter. Newly-enrolled Veterans or enrolled Veterans who do not have the legacy Veteran Identification Card must take further steps.

Click the link for all the up-to-date information you need on when and how you’ll receive the new Veterans Health Identification Card (VHIC):


Security Alert!

VA cards put veterans at risk, scanners reveal social security numbers

Be aware: Anyone with a smart phone and a bar code app can scan any VA identification card issued since 2004 and the cardholders’ social security number immediately pops up on the screen.

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Fraud Alert!

Veterans should be aware of a marketing scam targeting callers trying to reach the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) National Call Center or GI Bill Call Center. A marketing company has established two fraudulent numbers that differ from the two official VA call center numbers by one digit. If the fraudulent number is dialed by mistake, the answering party will offer a gift card and try to obtain personal and financial information, including credit card information, from the caller. The answering party may even transfer the caller to the VA after the caller’s information is obtained.

The VA will never ask you for a credit card number or banking information over the phone.

In all cases, before giving personal sensitive information over the phone make sure you know who you are taking to.

The numbers to be avoided are:
800-872-1000 (the VA National Call Center number is 800-827-1000)
888-442-4511 (the VA GI Bill Call Center number is 888-442-4551)

VA has notified law enforcement authorities to address this situation, and will provide additional information and guidance as necessary.

You can verify VA’s customer service numbers online at


Resilience of a Dream Catcher: A Spiritual Memoir

Although written primary as a blind veteran for his retired and active brothers and sisters in uniform, early reviewers believe his story has meaning for the general population. He brings a reflective practice of the meaning of spirituality and wellness into his life and meditations. A discussion guide for developing resilience follows each chapter, intended for both personal reflection and group discussion.

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The Virtual Wall: Vietnam Veterans Memorial

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington DC honors those who died in the Vietnam War. Their relatives and friends leave letters, poems, and photographs at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and on this website. We bring the Vietnam Veterans Memorial to your home to help remember the sacrifices of the fallen and their families.

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