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Sinema, ASU Launch New Survey for Arizona Veterans to Improve VA Services

Senator will use anonymous feedback from servicemembers, veterans, and their family members and caregivers to strengthen the VA health care experience
Arizona veterans, servicemembers, family members, and caregivers: visit Sinema.Senate.gov/VASurvey2019 

WASHINGTON – Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema and Arizona State University launched a new survey today to improve VA health care services for Arizona veterans, servicemembers, and their family members and caregivers. The survey is anonymous and asks for feedback from veterans and the military community about their health care experiences in and outside of the VA. Sinema will use the feedback to strengthen VA health care services.    
 
“Improving the VA starts with hearing directly from Arizona’s veterans and their loved ones about their experiences. Our VA Services Survey allows us to better work with the Arizona military and veteran community to hold the government accountable for providing veterans the benefits they’ve earned. I am thrilled to have ASU’s partnership in this important initiative,” said Sinema, a member of the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee.
 
Arizona veterans, servicemembers, family members, and caregivers are encouraged to visit and provide their feedback on VA health care services. The survey is anonymous, will take 10 minutes to complete, and the responses will be critical to improving VA health care access, services, and care for the Arizona veteran community. The survey will collect responses through February 2020.
 
The Disabled American Veterans support Sinema’s VA Services Survey.
 
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