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About Us

Only 44% of women Veterans are enrolled in VA health care.

A majority of women Veterans are not utilizing their earned benefits. As a result, they do not have access to the VA health care system or the low- or cost-free care it offers. Given that health care is an inevitable need for all, the lack of enrollment may lead to missed or delayed opportunities for health intervention. Missing or delaying care can negatively impact health outcomes and long-term quality of life. 


It’s never too late to enroll in VA health care services.


Gain a better understanding of how VA can support your health care needs through the VA Women’s Health Reengagement Training (heaRT).

Instructors were engaging and instructions were geared for "me." A woman veteran. 

Just perfect!

Woman Veteran, Program Participant

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I was so impressed with the comprehensive information and the professional way it was presented. I can tell these presenters really care about us.

Woman Veteran, Program Participant

Meet Your Trainers


Nicola (Nik) Hall

Nik is an experienced health care, project, and business management professional. Her work for Navy Medicine includes 10 years of experience with clinical transformation, pharmacy operations, patient experience, and women’s health. She has worked in Force Protection, Medical Logistics, Disaster Preparedness, and Counterterrorism. As an Operation Enduring Freedom combat Veteran, she was the first female in combat operations in Afghanistan in 2002.



Donna’s background is in Language Training, Curriculum Development, and Construction Project Management. A dynamic and engaging training professional, she was Senior Trainer for the VA Women’s Health Transition Training Pilot Program, and the DoD/Dept. of Labor Transition Assistance Program. She holds an MA in Teaching English as a Second Language. A retired Air Force Veteran who served both on Active Duty and in the Reserves.  She had deployed frequently to the Middle East and Central America, she is intimately familiar with the challenges women Veterans face during and after deployment.


Aryanna Wagner

Aryanna enlisted in the United States Army just weeks just weeks after the terror attacks of 9/11 and served with the XVIII Airborne Corp on the frontlines during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Holding an MBA and a Master’s degree in Project Management, Aryanna is currently pursuing her PhD in Community Engagement at Point Park University.​
Aryanna has a background in project management, advocacy and outreach, and community organizing. She is passionate about ensuring Veterans receive the care they need.​

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