More than 1000,000 have veterans signed up to use MyHealthVet, which is located on the VA's Web Site at www.myhealth.va.gov When a veteran orders a RX refill it is routed to the VA's computer system , filled and then sent to the veteran.
HELP A VETERAN OBTAIN VA SERVICES
On Nov 10th, the Department of the Army officially introduced a Disabled Soldier Support System (DS3) Initiative that provides its severely disabled Soldiers and their families with a system of advocacy and follow-up with personal support to assist them as they transition from military service to the civilian community.
Web site was set up www.armyds3.org and a phone number 1-800-833-6622 for veterans to obtain information about the services. Although this was set up as an Army Web Site, information for the other Armed Services may share this helpful Site.
VA To Begin Chiropractic Care Veterans can receive chiropractic care at 26 selected Department of Veterans Affairs facilities beginning this fall, Secretary of Veterans Affairs Anthony J. Principi announced June 25. In consultation with VA primary care providers, doctors of chiropractic will offer patient evaluations and chiropractic care for neuromusculoskeletal conditions.
Eligible veterans will have access to chiropractic care through the VA's outpatient fee-basis program after a referral by their primary care provider..