9/12/2021 0936

USPS Hiring 100k. Vets and spouses get preference.

Updated 9/12/2021 0800

Nearly every death from COVID-19 is preventable: SecVA

Updated 8/6/2021 1130

VA to start processing disability claims for certain conditions related to particulate matter

VA will begin processing disability claims Aug. 2 for asthma, rhinitis and sinusitis on a presumptive basis

Updated 6/22/2021 1240

Alabama Sen. Tuberville bill would give vets with PTSD option for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

A New Treatment?

Updated 3/25/2021 1245

Save Lives Act

Updated 1/15/2021

Central Alabama Veterans Health Care System hosts a Telephonic Veterans Town Hall

When: January 19th, 2021 at 5p.m. Central Time

Where: Via telephone. The dial in number is (404) 397-1596 and the participation code is 3565296#

updated 12/28/2020

Veterans Group: Government Clawback of 2020 Payroll Taxes from 2021 Military Paychecks will Offset Pay Raises in New Spending Bill

updated 12/15/2020

VA Covid-19 Update

VA releases COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan, vaccinations began this week

Press Release

COVID-19 vaccines: Stay informed and help us prepare

Covid Vaccine Sign-up

VA has Covid-19 Vaccine


Widespread Scam Targeting Veterans

CAVHCS will never ask you for a full social security number.

There is a widespread scam targeting Veterans. The scam uses technology to make your caller ID read: “Department of Veterans Affairs, 1-800-827-1000.” The scammers claim to be from VA and speak from a script to mimic VA personnel. The scammer then requests the Veteran verify personal information. Whenever you call VA, we may verify your information — but if someone calls you and asks for it, you should never provide or verify your personal information over the phone.

Here is a link to an article explaining more.

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