U.s. Department Of Veterans Affairs
The latest scandal in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs isn’t about quality of health care, but rather about veterans’ being unable to get care when they need it.
The backlog of U.S. veteran pension and disability claims is a national disgrace and a hardship to thousands of American warriors and their families.
LAUREL — Four deceased homeless veterans from Yellowstone County will finally receive a headstone to mark their final resting place.
HELENA — Montana's two U.S. senators say the state will receive $325,181 in housing vouchers for homeless veterans.
It is official: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs announced Tuesday it will designate the Yellowstone County Veterans Cemetery, located north of Laurel, as a national cemetery.
The transition of the Yellowstone County Veterans Cemetery to a national cemetery is under way.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — When America’s military service members return home from war, they often face another dangerous, if more subtle, battle within themselves.
CHEYENNE — Wyoming is at a "crossroads" in caring for veterans, according to a new legislative audit, so it's considering adding a new nursing facility for vets that would be paid for by the state.
CASPER, Wyo. — The Wyoming Veterans Home recently received a grant of nearly $800,000 from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for improvements to the 108-year-old state institution at Buffalo.
Robert Wombolt shows a letter that he received from the Veterans Affairs hospital at Fort Harrison explaining that his hip replacement surgery would be postponed. He received the letter in March and is still waiting for the surgery.
At least 300 Montana veterans who need orthopedic surgery are on a waiting list while the Department of Veterans Affairs Montana Health Care System works to recruit a full-time surgeon to help ease the growing backlog of disabled — and often disgruntled — veterans.
The sorely needed expansion of the Billings VA Clinic will get a boost from the highest level of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and could be open to serve veterans in the fall of 2012.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has approved construction to double the size of the Billings VA clinic, creating as many as 70 jobs, Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., announced Friday in Billings.
HELENA — Gov. Brian Schweitzer, cooking up a new plan to get cheaper prescription drugs for state residents, said he wants to let every Montanan get discounted medicine through Medicaid.
HELENA — Gov. Brian Schweitzer says he has a new idea to get cheaper medicine for Montana.