Jennifer Bernard’s journey to the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) began when her brother-in-law served in Iraq. It heightened her awareness of the needs of returning combat veterans. So when she saw a job posting for a position at the VA, she decided to leave the private sector and did her own version of “signing up to serve.”
Sheffield Village VA clinic News
Life is filled with extraordinary challenges. Some are so fraught with pain and strong negative emotions they “gut punch” even the strongest among us. What comes to mind for me are those who learn their child faces a deadly disease and those who learn someone they love has been seriously injured or died. How could anyone not be staggered by such news?
What gets us through? How …Read More
By Michele Murphy
Just 90 days after the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) opened an outpatient clinic in Sheffield Village, 191 veterans have registered for services for the first time. Jim Machert is one of those vets. “I drove by a few times and noticed the sign,” he says. Then one day he felt prompted to stop in. He and his wife met with …Read More