Women Veterans of New Mexic0

Benefits and resources Information

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has revised its e-VETS Advisor - an interactive, online tool to assist Veterans, Service Members and their families and caregivers to quickly and easily navigate Web-based information on a variety of topics, including education, job training and employment. For the May 7, 2010 announcement, click LINK. For the e-VETS Advisor page, click here.

VA Online Application for VA Health Benefits
Veterans may complete or download the 10-10EZ form at the VA health
eligibility website at https://www.1010ez.med.va.gov/sec/vha/1010ez Veterans may also contact VA at 1 (877) 222-8387 (VETS) or visit the VA health eligibility website at www.va.gov/healtheligibility 
VA

VA.gov website has an abundance of information that can address most questions. 

ABQ VA Women's Clinic
The Raymond G. Murphy VA Medical Center offers both primary care and gender specific care at the Women's Comprehensive Care Clinic located on the second floor of building 41. The VA Women's Health Clinic now offers fitness and chronic pain classes.  
Call 265-1711 ext 4621 for more information. 

You have the option to receive all your medical care in one location. Their caring team of female providers and nurses are committed to provide you with not only the best gender specific care but also ALL of your primary care needs in a private environment.
If you have any questions regarding this option, or for other issues, please feel free to contact the Female Program Manager at 505-265-1711 ext 2679 or 1-800-465-8262 ext 267.


My Health e-Vet
My HealtheVet is a free, online personal health record. It is available 24/7, wherever there is Internet access. If you are a VA patient and have completed the In-Person Authentication process, you can:
participate in Secure Messaging with your primary health care team members view key portions of your DoD Military Service Information get your VA Wellness Reminders view your VA Appointments view your VA Labs view your VA Allergies: MyHealth.va.gov

Veteran Targeted for Scams 

Department of Veterans Affairs Warning ...

Do NOT give out credit card information!

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is warning Veterans not to give credit card numbers over the phone to callers claiming to update VA prescription information. Veterans with questions about VA services should contact the nearest VA medical center or call, toll-free, 1-877-222-8387.

AARP has a list of scams targeted at Veterans- AARP.org

          

   Resources

Grand Meridian Outreach, Rio Rancho


Provides energetic treatments to individuals and families suffering from an array of ailments using various forms of oriental medical modalities. For more information, go to their website: www.grandmeridian.org

Mesothelioma Resource Online

Did you know that approximately 30% of all patients in the US diagnosed with this lethal form of cancer served in the military at some point?   http://www.mesotheliomasymptoms.com/ is an excellent resource to learn about Asbestos in the military and the various treatment options for Mesothelioma.

 

SaveSaveSaveSave




nationalcouncil for aging cares guide on military benefit options
Seniors haven’t reached the end: they’ve reached a new beginning. And Aging.com was set up to help you start this new phase of your life on the right foot. Our mission is to help you and thousands of other older adults who want to live independently, plan your finances, and take charge of your health care.

Employment Contacts

This page provides information about employment openings and businesses looking to hire veterans as a convenience for our women veterans. WVNM cannot, nor does not, endorse nor receive compensation from any businesses listed herein.



Click the image to browse their website.


New Mexico State Dept of Veterans Services Tribute to Women in the Military Tribute to Women in the Military Dept of Veterans Affairs

   SaveSaveSaveSaveSaveSavSaveSSaveSaveSaveSave
Website Builder