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My Health e Vet

The gateway to Veteran health benefits and services. This website allows veterans to enter their Military Health History online at
www.myhealth.va.gov

Exposures and Self-Study Courses

Department of Veterans Affairs Website
Office of Public Health and Environmental Hazards 

Department of Veterans Affairs Website
Veterans Health Initiative
Independent study courses developed to recognize the connection between certain health effects and military service.

Hepatitis C

Department of Veterans Affairs Website
Hepatitis C Research and Education - You will find current information about hepatitis C to meet your needs as a VA health care provider.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - You will be leaving the VA website

National Institutes of Health - You will be leaving the VA website

Homelessness

Department of Veterans Affairs Website
Benefits for Homeless Veterans - About one-third of the adult homeless population have served their country in the Armed Services. On any given day, as many as 250,000 veterans (male and female) are living on the streets or in shelters, and perhaps twice as many experience homelessness at some point during the course of a year. This web site provides additional information and resources related to homelessness.

Sexual Harassment

Department of Veterans Affairs Website
Military Sexual Trauma - Independent Study

The Center for Women Veterans Website
VA Programs for Women Veterans - The mission of the Center for Women Veterans is to assure that women veterans receive benefits and services on a par with male veterans, encounter no discrimination in their attempt to access these services, are treated with respect and dignity by VA service providers...

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Department of Veterans Affairs Website
National Center for PTSD - Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is one of the enduring consequences of traumatic experiences. Such experiences are quite common and have been identified throughout recorded human history. PTSD can be found today across genders, cultures, and socio-economic groups.

Department of Veterans Affairs Website
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder - Independent Study

VA Health Care

Department of Veterans Affairs: VA Website
Veterans Services: Medical Care - Perhaps the most visible of all VA benefits and services is VA's health-care system the largest in the nation.