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U.S. Army and Vietnam Veteran Curtis “Dave” Rearic has been volunteering at the Butler VA for over a year, accumulating 182 hours of service. He chooses to volunteer because of the good service he received from VA.
Marine Corps Veteran James Hughes started the MOVE! Program in July 2017, and has since lost several pants’ sizes, inches, and 78 pounds. What has he gained? Camaraderie, extra-curricular activities, and a better life.
Vietnam Veteran David Griffith, “Griff” struggled with drinking and drugs almost his entire life. Today he has a full-time job, and he recently celebrated two years sobriety thanks to the people at the Butler VA.
U.S. Navy Veteran John Kellner was at VA Butler for rehabilitation in 2011 when a VA Therapist told him about the National Veterans Wheelchair Games. His response: “Why not? It’s in Pittsburgh. I’ll give it a try!”
George Leidhecker V served 12 years in the Army, and has been coming to VA Butler since 2015. He currently works at W D Wright Contracting, Inc. thanks to a new partnership established with Vocational Rehabilitation.
When Valorie LaCross had a breastfeeding concern and couldn't be seen in the community right away, she called VA Butler. Through telehealth, she was able to be seen by a VA lactation consultant that same day in her home.
You don’t need to have special training to support Veterans, and we can all do something to help a Veteran who is going through a difficult time. Preventing suicide begins with just the willingness to Be There.