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VA Secretary Denis McDonough visited Wichita's VA medical center to talk with staff, Veterans, and tour the facility. McDonough noted "how impressed I am, and how honored I am" to be working with VA staff.
In addition to the traditional resources to assist you with enjoying a life free from tobacco use, the VA offers counseling for Veterans. Changing behaviors is a critical part to successfully quitting.
Since its inception in late July, more than 9,000 free rides have been provided to Veterans on Wichita city buses through the Veterans Ride Free program. In some cases, the free rides have changed lives.
A homeless Veteran's vehicle broke down as he passed through Kansas; 12 months later, he is housed, employed and a car owner with support from a team of social workers with the Robert J. Dole VA Medical Center.
HRO Specialist Christopher Graves’ focus on high reliability principles fostered a culture that focuses on harm prevention and process improvement which have led to greatly improved safety outcomes for Veterans.