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Prioritizing veterans and their families.

Are you a Veteran in crisis or concerned about one?

Dial 988 or Text 838255.

1.8m

 

million veterans live in California.

CalVet (2022)

#1

 

mental and physical health ranks as the top concern for transitioning veterans.

American Journal of Preventive Medicine (2019)

11,000

 

unhoused veterans in California.

California Department of
Housing and
Community Development (2019)

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Strategies for Veteran Health: Beyond the Uniform

BEYOND THE UNIFORM EDUCATIONAL SERIES

What can you do differently to improve the health and well-being of transitioning veterans and families?

Learn evidence-based strategies to address the unique health concerns military-connected families face through this educational series designed by and for nurses.

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Veteran's Health Toolbox for Nurses

TOOLS & RESOURCES GUIDE

We're curating a robust selection of tools and resources essential to equipping nurses to effectively support the health and well-being of veterans.

From evidence-based screening tools to comprehensive guides check out this list of resources to help you address the unique needs of veterans.

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DR. ALI TAYYEB PhD, RN, NPD-BC, PHN
Advocacy Lead
ANA\California Member, US Navy Veteran

“We need to support veterans and their families throughout their lifespan, starting from reintegration into civilian life.

Developing best practice policies through evidence-based strategies for addressing the unique health needs of veterans is essential. Nurses need access to tools and resources that help identify common health conditions veterans may face and guide appropriate interventions.”

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