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Q. What health care does VA provide to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) veterans?
A. The VA strives to be a national leader in the provision of health care to LGBT veterans and assures that clinically appropriate, comprehensive, veteran-centered care is provided with respect and dignity at VA facilities nationwide. A range of services are available, including support groups, counseling, treatment for trauma and health screens. Every facility has on staff at least one LGBT veteran care coordinator (LGBT VCC) who can help LGBT veterans receive the care they deserve. Check out the website of the LGBT Program, Office of Patient Care Services, for more information on relevant policies for LGBT veterans, to download fact sheets on lesbian and bisexual veteran health or transgender veteran health or to find an LGBT Program at a facility near you.