Due to the latest Corona Virus variant (Omicron), Southeastern Vet to Vet is TEMPORARILY shutting down ALL Group Sessions. This closure is effective IMMEDIATELY. As of now, Vet to Vet will reassess the situation in February. Omicron is extremely contagious. Currently in Alabama, the Positivity Rate is over 43%. For more information on Omicron in Alabama. Click here.
Southeastern Vet to Vet reopens in Tuscaloosa at the VA medical Center on November 17, 2021. The meeting will begin at 1100.
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
Updated 6/22/2021 1240
Alabama Sen. Tuberville bill would give vets with PTSD option for Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Updated 3/25/2021 1245
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#
Veterans Group: Government Clawback of 2020 Payroll Taxes from 2021 Military Paychecks will Offset Pay Raises in New Spending Bill
VA Covid-19 Update VA releases COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan, vaccinations began this week COVID-19 vaccines: Stay informed and help us prepare
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.
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