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Graphic of three people under #Be ThereSuicide Prevention
You don’t need to have special training to support the Veterans in your life in order to help them if they are going through a difficult time. Small actions can have a huge impact.
dogtags on the American flagResearch Opportunity (Confidential)
The Stress and Motivated Behavior Institute seeks volunteers for a research study (confidential)investigating the long-term effects of military service on motor reflexes and emotional well-being.
Picture of the Xenox robot machine.Syracuse VA Using Germ-Zapping Robot
The Syracuse VA Medical Center has incorporated a new futuristic looking technology in the fight to keep Veterans and staff safe from hospital borne infections and diseases using ultraviolet light to kill germs.
photo of Dr. Kyle PossematoPTSD Study Funded by NIH
The National Institutes of Health announced that it will fund Dr. Kyle Possemato Post Traumatic Stress Disorder study for the Integrated Healthcare at the Syracuse VA Medical Center.
Photo of Dr. Brose, D.O.New Chief of Spinal Cord Injury and Disabilities
Syracuse VA Medical Center Announces Appointment of Dr. Steven W. Brose D.O. as the new of the Chief of Spinal Cord Injury and Disabilities Service which provides care to Veterans with spinal cord injuries.
Woman on the phone.#Be There
We can all play a role in preventing suicide, but many people don't know what they can do to support the Veteran or Servicemember in their life. A simple act of kindness can help someone feel less alone.
Photo of Veteran Mike Smithson wheelchair racing in Utica, NYVeteran Adapts and Overcomes
Michael Smithson, a 59 year-old Camillus, NY Navy Veteran adapts and overcomes his disability by participating in the Syracuse VA 's Recreational Therapy program using adaptive sports.
Image of three people talking.Free Therapy for Veterans and Families
Syracuse VA Medical Center offers free mental health education and support for Veterans and their families. Veterans and their family members have several options to choose from.
Operation Salute bannerOperation Salute Event
OEF/OIF/OND Era Veterans are invited to join Syracuse VA Medical Center for a 2016 OPERATION SALUTE event at the SYRACUSE NATIONALS being held at the NYS Fair Grounds in Syracuse, NY on Saturday July 16, 2016.
Image of Harvey R. LasnerPatient Escorts Needed
The Syracuse VA Medical Center is in need of patient escort volunteers. Patient escort volunteers transport patients in wheelchairs to appointments and activities within the medical center.

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