Veterans continue to receive benefits and services after VA’s Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) temporarily closed its 56 regional offices to the public March 19 in response to COVID-19. Many in-person services are already available via the phone or online through virtual options like VA Video Connect. VBA has and continues to adjust to ensure the safety and well-being of its clients and staff. Find out what these changes are »
The law enables VA to continue providing the same level of education benefits to students having to take courses online due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Read more »
Read VA’s latest coronavirus information here.
Veterans, if you have flu-like symptoms such as fever, cough and shortness of breath, call before you visit your local medical center or clinic. In addition to calling first, consider using virtual care options such as telehealth or My HealtheVet Secure Messaging. Non-patient visitors, if you do not feel well, please postpone your visit to VA facilities.
The Federal Trade Commission's Congressional Report, "Protecting Older Consumers 2018-2019" shows how older consumers are targeted and how they can be protected. Read the FTC Blog »
Veterans Crisis Line:
1-800-273-8255 (Press 1)
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs | 810 Vermont Avenue, NW Washington DC 20420
Last updated April 1, 2020