Beginning June 6, 2019, under the MISSION Act, you’ll have more ways to access health care. This includes within VA’s network and through approved non-VA medical providers in your community, called “community care providers.”
Depending on your situation—for example, if a certain type of health service isn’t provided by VA—you may be able to go to a non-VA provider, using your VA coverage.
Visit https://www.missionact.va.gov/ to learn more!
-Help with accessing VA benefits and services-Housing assistance for homeless Veterans-Supportive services for Veterans and families-Mass. Dept. of Veteran Services Resources-Employment Assistance-Legal Services–Health Screenings-IRS Services-Social Security-Educational Resources
-Personal care items-Gift Bags-Haircuts-Food and refreshmentsAnd more!
Please bring ID (VA card or DD214) if available.
Merrimack Valley Veterans Collaborative
Thursday May 16th
Haverhill Citizens Center – Room 45
10 Welcome St, Haverhill, MA
(hosted by the Haverhill Veterans’ Services office)
Amanda Buckley, Director of Veterans’ Services for Haverhill, will present on How Your Veterans Service Officer (VSO) Can Help.
For more information or to RSVP: contact Nandi Munson at email@example.com or (978) 946-1380
After the huge success of last's year's event, the Bedford VA is excited to announce that they will be holding their 2nd Annual Women Veterans' Health Fair!
Saturday, June 22, 2019
*Registration will open at 9:30am
Bedford VA Hospital
200 Springs Road
Bedford, MA 01730
Come try out some of their free break-out sessions, it's the perfect opportunity to learn about and try something new.
Event will be held outside, under the tents in the Bedford VA Oval – please wear comfortable clothing.