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Veterans and family members impacted by the hurricanes can get information about VA services at our Emergency Information page, which also includes toll-free phone information. VA employees should visit the same Emergency Information page for a separate toll-free number to report their status, or use the employee emergency information web site to report in online.

Information for VA Medical Centers affected by storms:
Heart of Texas Network
Central Texas
North Texas
South Texas
VA Health Care Benefits
Eligibility for Benefits
Apply for Care
Copays and Charges
Benefits for Family Members
Compensated Work Therapy (CWT)

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Returning Service Members from Iraq,  Afghanistan and other locations
Federal Benefits for Veterans and Dependents booklet

Information for Patients
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Refill Prescriptions
Covered Drugs (Formulary)
Rights & Responsibilities
Privacy Practices

My Health-e-Vet
VA Begins Next Phase of Combat Vet Outreach
VA Awards Nearly $65M for California Veterans Homes
VA Honors Top Nurses

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link to Mental Health home page
Suicide Prevention Lifeline
Veterans can dial 1-800-273-TALK (8255) and press 1 to connect to VA suicide prevention and mental health service professionals.

Health Programs
Agent Orange
Blind Rehabilitation
Gulf War Illnesses
Hepatitis C
Mental Health
MOVE! Weight Program
Public Health
Recreation Therapy
Vet Center (Readjustment Counseling)
Veterans Health Initiative
Women's Health