Coming to the VA for Mental Health Care can be difficult for any Veteran, but in the end it's all worth it. We want you to remember "You are not alone". Listen to one of our Veterans talk about his experiences in receiving care this video.
It’s called “trauma sensitive” yoga, but these Vets don’t care what you call it, they just say it works. The hour long sessions of stretching and meditation are easing the minds of those struggling with moral injury.
The principals behind an integrative approach are to treat the whole self; mind, body, and spirit. To approach health from a wellness model, not an illness model. The belief is that each individual is in control of their own health, thus must do the work to change their lifestyle, beliefs, and old habits in order to facilitate healing.
VA Salt Lake City Health Care System took part in helping the Department of Veterans Affairs Million Veteran Program achieve nationwide enrollment of the 100,000th Veteran volunteer, marking a major milestone in the nearly 90-year history of VA research.
VA Salt Lake City’s first baby born under our in-house Maternity Program is a year old already. Veteran Tammy New, Alicia Marie and the rest of her family celebrated with us (her VASLC family) in the Women’s Clinic.
VA Salt Lake City’s first baby born under our in-house Maternity Program is a year old already.
Since her birth last January, 41 more babies have been born under our program and right now we have 20 pregnant Veterans.