VA Butler’s new look is designed to help Veterans easily and quickly access information with intuitive and easy-to-use navigation. This redesign is based on feedback from Veterans and VA facilities around the country.
On Friday April 5, 2013, VA Butler Healthcare held the official Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new 168,000 square foot, LEED certified three-story Health Care Center (HCC). Construction for the new HCC is expected to be completed in the summer of 2014, with activation in 2015.
Recovery from Military Sexual Trauma (MST) is possible. VA Butler Healthcare offers several types of treatment, including Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) and Prolonged Exposure (PE) Therapy, to help Veterans recover. ALL VA treatment related to MST is free.
Telehealth allows VA providers and Veterans to meet for health services without physically being in the same place. VA Butler is working hard to expand access to care through telehealth. What does this mean for you? Less travel to Butler and Pittsburgh. We’re bringing health care closer to you.
VA Butler held a ‘Nutrition Kitchen’ healthy cooking demonstration with Registered Dietitian Rachelle Lyons and Director John Gennaro to raise awareness for Registered Dietitian Day and National Nutrition Month®. By eating wisely this month (and all year long!) you can maximize your health!
VA’s HUD-VASH Program is using the Housing First Approach to assist Veterans, like U.S. Army Veteran Mark Brown, by helping them quickly access and sustain permanent housing. Mark recently moved into his new home in Lawrence County thanks to VA Butler’s Homeless Team and the HUD-VASH Program.
The “Mission Redefined” campaign, a joint effort by VA and U.S. Paralympics, encourages Veterans with physical disabilities to get involved in sports to help open doors to new activities and get them moving forward. U.S. Army Veteran Rocco Pepe IV is doing just that!
As February draws to a close, so does Black History Month. This year’s theme, "At the Crossroads of Freedom and Equality: The Emancipation Proclamation and the March on Washington,” highlights the Emancipation Proclamation as one of two milestones in African-American and U.S. history.