Veterans' Resources

The following information is for veterans. Please contact our office for assistance with any questions or problems you may have.


Help During the COVID-19 Pandemic

If you are a veteran and need assistance accessing Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) medical facilities, please visit for the most up to date information. Guidance for your facility’s operating status can be found through the facility locator here:  

What should I do if I think I have COVID-19?

Before visiting local VA medical facilities, community providers, urgent care centers, or emergency departments in their communities, veterans experiencing COVID-19 symptoms—such as fever, cough, and shortness of breath—are encouraged to call their VA medical facility or call MyVA311 (844-698-2311, press #3 to be connected). You can also send secure messages to your health care providers via MyhealtheVet, VA’s online patient portal. VA clinicians will evaluate symptoms and direct you to the most appropriate providers for further evaluation and treatment.

What about routine appointments and previously scheduled procedures?

VA is encouraging all veterans to call their VA facility before seeking any care—even previously scheduled medical visits, mental health appointments, or surgical procedures. You can also send secure messages to your health care providers via MyhealtheVet and find out whether they should still come in for their scheduled appointments. VA providers may arrange to convert appointments to video visits, where possible.

What about VA nursing homes and spinal cord injury units?

On March 10, 2020, VA announced that its 134 nursing homes (also called VA community living centers) and 24 spinal cord injury and disorder centers would be closed to all outside visitors. All clinical staff will be screened for COVID-19 daily before entering the nursing home or spinal cord injury units, and staff will work only within those units to limit possible transmission of the virus. Exceptions to the visitor policy will only be made for cases when veterans are in their last stages of life on hospice units or inpatient spinal cord injury units.

If you need further assistance, please don’t hesitate to call my office.


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