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Jack Johnston, Vietnam Veteran and Red Coat Ambassador at George E. Wahlen VA Medical Center, tells us how the Red Coat program serves Veterans and their families, what he gets out of it, and how you can volunteer.
Freedom, independence, & confidence—just a few things Veterans say the driver rehab program at VA Salt Lake City Health Care System provided them. The program opens doors many Veterans have closed or do not know exist.
Salt Lake Vet Center's Mindful Meditation Group is a team to help Veterans tackle life's obstacles. Stress, anxiety, anger, and sleep problems—research shows that mindful meditation can help with all those issues.
Whole Health Coaches work with Veterans one-on-one and in group settings to empower the Veteran to develop & achieve self-determined goals related to health & wellness, while working with the Patient Aligned Care Team.
Vietnam Veterans gather at the Salt Lake Vet Center for a monthly support group to help them cope with wounds-- both old and new. The group hopes their story will get other Veteran to reach out for support.
Volunteers spend day packing and delivering gift bags to Veterans at the George E. Wahlen VA Medical Center. The event is part of VA Salt Lake City's Voluntary Services annual Holiday Gift Distribution.
The Red Coat Ambassadors are a specially trained group of volunteers & staff who will assist Veterans, their families, and caregivers. Ambassadors will provide Veterans a good positive first impression of the hospital.