Veterans Administration reaches out to vets — Matthew Mulcahy

New Year’s resolutions are on everyone’s mind and here at the White River Junction VA Medical Center, we like to look at the new year as a chance to renew our pledge to provide the care our Veterans have earned and deserve. As our Veterans approach 2018 with the goal to remain healthy, become more active, quit smoking, learn how to cook healthier, or just be more proactive about your healthcare, we would like to extend a hand and offer our help in setting you up for success!

Sometimes it can be hard to take that first step and ask for assistance.  Whether it is help on setting a meal plan or reaching out to someone because you are struggling to find joy this holiday season, I would like to take the time to remind our veterans that the staff of the White River Junction VAMC is here to help. If you are unable to make your way to our facility or a Community Based Outpatient Clinic, we have staff ready to help you find the care you qualify for in the community. We have Nutrition Services that can help you jump start your year on the right foot. Our comprehensive healthcare system encompass services such as mental health, primary care, a wide range of specialty care services, to include pain management, as well as a host of ‘Whole Health’ initiatives that are all here to help you take control of your healthcare.

If you are a Veteran not yet enrolled with the VA Healthcare system, and would like to learn more about it, please contact our eligibility office at 802-295-9363 extension 5118. Let us help to repay the debt our nation owes its veterans and help you make 2018 your most successful and healthy year yet!

Matthew Mulcahy, acting
VA Medical Center Director,
White River Jct.

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