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Veterans in the yoga study group work on perfecting a pose under the gentle guidance of Lead Yoga Therapist Nancy Schalk.

Can Yoga Ease Your PTSD? VA Wants to Find Out

A clinical research psychologist is exploring the effects of Yoga...

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TRAFFIC CHANGES:  Starting Monday (Jan. 16, 2017), TxDOT will close the eastbound Loop 363 turnaround to north Spur 290 (1st Street) and the southbound 1st Street ramp to eastbound Loop 363. The closure is for a project to make a signalized interchange at the intersection of 363 and 290. Completion is expected spring of 2018. Click link for recommended routes:  TxDOT Map

Veterans Access, Choice and Accountability Act

It's Flu Season:  Get your flu shot NOW at any CTVHCS site. Veterans registered with VA may also get their flu shot from Walgreens.

SCAM ALERT:  Police Departments in the Central Texas  area are warning residents, especially the eldery and Veterans, about fraud scams.  The Police believe those receiving benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs are being targeted.  Veterans or others in receipt of VA benefits should know that VA will never call you to get your personal, credit or bank information.  If you believe you have been a victim, please contact your local police department to report the incident, whether or not those responsible were successful or not in stealing money. 

VA Notice - Texas Concealed Handgun Law and the new Texas Open Carry Law (Effective Jan. 1, 2016 - DOES NOT APPLY to VA property. No firearms or weapons are allowed on our VA controlled property. Any confiscated firearms will be destroyed and offender will appear before Federal Court. Only certified police officers in the commission of his or her duties may bring a firearm onto VA property. Texas concealed and open carry handgun laws DO NOT apply to VA property.

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Lead Yoga Therapist Nancy Schalk.

Can Yoga Ease Your PTSD?

A clinical research psychologist with the Department of Veterans Affairs in Indiana is exploring the effects Yoga might have on Veterans suffering with post-traumatic stress disorder. Full Story

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Olin E. Teague Veterans' Medical Center

1901 Veterans Memorial Drive
Temple, TX 76504
254-778-4811 | 800-423-2111 Directions

Doris Miller Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center

4800 Memorial Drive
Waco, TX 76711
254-752-6581 | 800-423-2111 Directions

Austin Outpatient Clinic

7901 Metropolis Drive
Austin, TX 78744
512-823-4000 | 800-423-2111 Directions

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