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Mark Herring Inaugural Committee closes out with donations to 11 charities

Attorney General Mark Herring announced donations today to 11 Virginia charities, closing out the funds donated to his inaugural committee in accordance with Virginia election law.


Virginia Department of Health offers free online training for veterans

Post-deployment life can be challenging for veterans and their families, and both need support during this transition. Challenges can include PTSD and suicidal thoughts.


Augusta Health to host Virginia Wounded Warrior Program

Augusta Health and the Augusta Health Foundation will host a full-day program, Going to War is Easy, Coming Home is Not, on Friday, Sept. 9 at the Augusta Community Care Building. The program—targeted for active military, veterans, family and friends of veterans, professionals who work with veterans and community members—is free. Professionals can earn Continuing […]


Augusta Health to host Virginia Wounded Warrior Program

Augusta Health and the Augusta Health Foundation will host a full-day program, Going to War is Easy, Coming Home is Not, on Friday, Sept. 9 at the Augusta Community Care Building. The program—targeted for active military, veterans, family and friends of veterans, professionals who work with veterans and community members—is free. Professionals can earn Continuing […]


A hand up to Wounded Warriors

A warrior needn’t have a scar to show you to prove that they come back a different person from the field of battle. “The group that we most like to target within that very wide net is the combat veterans. The theory being that the things that they’ve experienced made them particularly sensitive,” said Ben […]


Grant to aid returning vets deal with brain injuries

The Partnership for People with Disabilities at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Education and the Virginia Wounded Warrior Program, Virginia Department of Veterans Services, have received a grant to ease the return of war veterans to their homes and communities throughout Virginia.