Resources for Veterans Post-Military Life
There are many resources for veterans in the Rio Grande Valley that can help them adjust to civilian life.
Local VA Records Show Improvements in Veterans' Wait Times
According to records, veterans have difficulty receiving certain types of care in some places.
Deported Vietnam Veteran Still Considers Himself American Patriot
A bill would give deported veterans a chance at U.S. citizenship.
Crisis Line Available for Veterans Coping with Suicide
According to the Veterans Affairs Department, a total of 20 veterans commit suicide every day.
Local Organizations Provide Options for Homeless Valley Veterans
On any given night, 39,000 veterans in the U.S. find themselves without a permanent roof over their head, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Organization Working to Improve Health Care for Veterans
Some veterans have to wait years to receive medical assistance.
Housing Program Aims to Assist Homeless Veterans
The program allocates more than 78,000 vouchers to veterans across the United States every year.
Weslaco Veteran to Donate Shelter for Homeless Veterans
A Valley veteran aspires to get other veterans off the streets.
Valley Parents Recount Memories of Their Fallen American Hero
One family recalls the prized memories of their hero, their son, Lance Cpl. Derek Hernandez.
Local VA Teaches Veterans to Cope with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
The local healthcare system said they’ve consulted around 6,000 Valley veterans who are diagnosed with PTSD.