The Department of Veterans Affairs’ mental health care system suffers from a culture where more importance is given to meeting meaningless performance goals than actually helping veterans, a former mental health administrator said in his testimony before a Senate committee Wednesday.
Read full article >>
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is releasing a report Thursday morning calling on the Department of Defense, the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Department of Health and Human Services to eliminate barriers to ... Read Post
“Not every GI is a Joe.” “Please, don’t call me Mister” These are the titles of a series of posters that the Department of Veterans Affairs has put up across its vast hospital system. It’s all part of an effort to help the fastest g... Read Post
The Department of Veterans Affairs’ mental-health care system suffers from a culture where managers give more importance to meeting meaningless performance goals than helping veterans, according to testimony before a Senate committe... Read Post