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Cub Scout Pack 88 spent time visiting Veterans at the Raymond G. Murphy VA Medical Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Saturday morning, November 23rd. Veteran Patients shared their stories as the scouts listened.
The Gourd Dance, also known as the “The Warriors Dance” and despite its roots are clouded most would agree that it originates with the Kiowa or the Commanche tribes. The Gourd Dance symbolizes the story of warriors.
Social Workers are multitaskers with big hearts, They are multitaskers with big hearts who have an uncanny ability to assess, treat and case manage all at the same time! Find out more in this month's feature article.
New Research Program visits the Raymond G. Murphy VA Medical Center, as part of a nationwide research program that gathers information to help researchers learn how to fit the right treatments to the right people.
Most people envision the Internet for email and instant messaging, texting, or the old fashion phone call to communicate. However, for some Veterans, the ultimate form of communication is the ham radio.
The 6th Annual Mental Health Summit was held on August 29th at the New Mexico Veterans Memorial. The purpose of this year’s summit was to enhance the mental health and well-being of veterans and their family members.
Having the “Games of Enchantment” held in New Mexico will showcase our great state, our wealth of cultural diversity, and our love of Veterans. More than 800 Veteran athletes are expected to participate.