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VA Salt Lake City partners with community groups to achieve goals to restore, improve, and maintain the whole lives of Veterans. Sailing is just one of the many activities that VA Salt Lake and partners offer Veterans.
VA Salt Lake City's Substance Abuse Residential Rehabilitation Treatment Program is using art therapy to cope with addiction. The program is research based and helps Veterans deal with addiction in several ways.
Annual Farmers Market giving Veterans opportunity to get fresh fruits and vegetables-- plus, recipe displays every week incorporating some of the produce at the market. Market takes place every Wednesday from 11am-2pm.
From kayaking to slack lining, wheelchair fencing to quad rugby, the annual recreation fair exposed Veterans to the dozens of different recreational opportunities available to them through VA Salt Lake City Health.
Veteran Jack Whipple piloted a glider behind enemy lines on D-Day. Hundreds of gliders landed in the fields of France as part of the airborne mission on June 6, 1944 delivering equipment & supplies to airborne soldiers.
Volunteer drivers hit the road everyday to ensure Veterans from all over the Intermountain West make it to George E Wahlen VA Medical Center. The shuttle system is free to Veterans heading to their appointments.
Volunteers from VA Salt Lake City Health hit the streets to count homeless folks as part of the annual Point-In-Time Count. VA Homeless outreach staff explain how the count helps the goal of ending Veteran homelessness.