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My name is Charles Felts. I am a 22-year Veteran having served 13 years in the Marine Corps and 9 years in the Army National Guard. I have my issues, but I am in a much better place today thanks to the Butler VA.
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.