Veterans’ health services programs are certain categories of healthcare services offered by the Veterans Health Administration (VHA), a subdivision of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The goal of these programs is to offer specific services that help veterans maintain optimal mental and physical health and well-being. Some services revolve around traditional medical services, such as providing assistance for blind or handicapped individuals, or those who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Others are aimed at ensuring veterans are able to maintain a high quality of life—for example, by providing resources and assistance to homeless veterans, or through offering a hotline for veterans undergoing some sort of crisis, whether that be emotional, physical, or mental.
A full list of veterans’ health services programs can be found on the VA’s official website.