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The Butler VA will be offering flu vaccination clinics to Veterans at the main campus and community clinics this fall. Getting a flu vaccine this fall is more important than ever to protect yourself and others.
Army Veteran Kenneth Piper was living in a community homeless program when the COVID-19 pandemic struck. The Butler VA’s homeless team worked quickly to find a more permanent, secluded housing option to keep him safe.
Army Veteran Brian Burton started at the Butler VA’s Domiciliary, a residential rehabilitation treatment program, in January. A few months later, everything changed for Veteran residents with the COVID-19 pandemic.
While U.S. Army Veteran Mary Chitwood worked as a Case Manager for Supportive Services for Veteran Families , she saw a need in our local Butler community: a housing program just for women Veterans and their children.
Aaron Kelosky served in the U.S. Army from 2002-2005 as a Cannoneer, including a tour in Iraq. He has been coming to the Butler VA for five years, and now uses VA’s Annie App to help with his health care.
The Butler VA developed and is now piloting a protocol in the Annie Mobile Application to assist Veterans struggling with lower back pain. After being tested here, the goal is to introduce the protocol nationwide.
Last February (2019), U.S. Air Force Veteran Steve Homison turned 65 years old and stepped on the scale. After that, he decided to call the Butler VA Health Care System and get started working out at the Wellness Center.