"United States Department of Veterans Affairs" Essays and Research Papers

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  • The Department of Veterans Affairs' Nsqip

    local centers‚ to evaluate potential problems and give advice regarding care and performance. • Identification and dissemination of good practices associated with better outcomes. 2. How were benchmark standards established? In 1993‚ the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) conducted the National VA Surgical Risk Study (NVASRS)‚ with the aim of developing and validating risk-adjustment models for the prediction of surgical outcome and the comparative assessment of the quality of surgical

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  • Alabama Department Of Veterans Affairs (ADVA)

    The Alabama Department of Veterans Affairs administers programs to aid Alabama’s military veterans and families‚ and provides free assistance and advocacy for Alabama veterans seeking benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Alabama has a long history of caring for its military veterans‚ dating from the Civil War. In 1927 Alabama established the State Service Commission to assist veterans with claiming benefits and other services for which their military service made them eligible.

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  • Veterans Affairs

    Running Head: Veteran Affairs Benefits Veteran Affairs Benefits Veteran Affair Benefits The U.S Department Veteran’s Affairs (VA) provides a wide range of benefits for our service members‚ veterans and their families. Some of these benefits include but are not limited to include compensation‚ disability‚ education‚ and home loans. Throughout this paper I will discuss these benefits and the eligibility required to receive them. Eligibility for most VA benefits is based on type of discharge

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  • Depatment of Veterans Affairs

    The Department of Veterans Affairs is continuing to have many problems with many of the services that they offer. The service that has been impacted the most is the healthcare division‚ others such as vocational rehabilitation and the Post 9/11 GI Bill are not providing the proper outlets and support that the veterans are in need of. In recent months the VA has had many accountability problems with regard to patients even dying from lack of services. When these problems first came to light the Federal

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  • Veterans

    facing veterans of all ages and from many theaters of combat. The list is long and can include; trying to find employment after service‚ transitioning from service‚ dealing with injuries sustained while in service as well as many mental health issues. Depression and substance abuse as well as PTSD are something many returning veterans deal with on a daily basis. The list of social issues facing many veterans could go on and on and many Americans do not know or understand why so many veterans have

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  • Homeless Veterans

    in the United States‚ but only in recent years has the issue become a more prevalent and noticeable phenomenon. Homeless veterans began to come to the attention of the public at the same time. News accounts chronicled the plight of veterans who had served their country but were living (and dying) on the streets. The Department of Veterans Affairs estimates about 250‚000 veterans are homeless on any given night. (2012‚ pg. 4) My research will examine how homelessness is impacting our veterans and what

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  • Homeless Veterans

    Homeless Veterans in America In the United States‚ there are more than enough resources to serve all of the people of this country‚ but we still have homeless citizens that are trying to survive. They have the same living conditions as of those in developing countries. As of 2003‚ more than 275‚000 veterans were sleeping under bridges and now the amount is definitely still on a bit of a rise. There is a pretty high amount of homeless veterans for the century that we live in and an endless amount

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  • Homeless Veterans

    Homeless Veterans By Carrie Hitchcock Advanced Language Arts Mrs. Hamilton January 21st‚ 2012 Approximately 45% of the homeless served by missions all across America are interpolated of the United States (U.S.) are old soldiers of the United States military. Over 200‚000 veterans squandered somewhat of an apportionment part of the year living in the streets. Why is there such an abundant amount? How multitudinously are consisted of the numbers of veterans that are out there on the

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  • Disabled Veterans

    The Houston Disabled American Veterans service organization is a dedicated force in conjunction with other service organizations‚ Department of Veterans AffairsDepartment of Housing and Urban Development‚ and City of Houston‚ to eliminate homelessness among military veterans that have served this country. The plight of the homeless veteran has continued to increase in the Houston/Harris County to a staggering 2‚800 veterans walking the streets with no way to find the compassionate caring help necessary

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  • Wounded Veterans

    Wounded Veterans English 101 Effective Essay Writing October 7‚ 2012 Shawna Rand Wounded Veterans As of December 2009‚ over 3.3 million American troops have been sent overseas into Iraq and Afghanistan alone; 793‚000 of them have been deployed more than once. (Tan‚ 2009) Sadly‚ not all of our troops return home alive and many that do face many challenges ahead. Physical wounds surly do not go unnoticed. They are fairly common in war time situations and are even shown in war movies. They show

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