A Message from Congressman Schweikert

Arizona is home to so many men and women who have fought to protect our freedoms. During this global pandemic, we want you to be aware of the resources available to you from the Deparment of Veterans Affairs, and how our office can help you. I helped pass the CARES Act which provided $17.2 billion for the Veterans Health Administration to hire new staff and make sure existing personnel have the resources they need to combat COVID-19. The funding has also been used to add beds and purchase needed supplies such as ventilators, pharmaceuticals, and personal protective equipment. 

If you are a Veteran and need assistance during this difficult time, please don't hesitate to reach out to our office. (480) 946-2411. 

Helpful Resources from the Department of Veterans Affairs

  • Coronavirus Updates from the VA

  • Frequently Asked Questions

    • What is the VA doing to deal with COVID-19?  The VA has activated their emergency coordination cell (EMCC), and have started clinical screenings at the VA.
    • What should I do if I have an upcoming VA Health Appointments? For routine appointments, we recommend using telehealth (phone or video) for your scheduled appointment. You can also cancel and reschedule your appointment for a later date. 
      • To change your in-person meeting to telehealth, click here
    • What should I do if I need to refill or renew my prescription? If you currently get your prescription delivered by mail, you will continue to receive your refills as normal. If you usually pick up your prescription in person, use one of these other ways to get your medicine refilled or renewed. To make sure you have your medicine in time, requst your refill or renewal at least 10 days before you'll run out of your current prescription. 
    • For additional frequently asked questions - click here
  • COVID-19 Vaccines at VA

To stay informed on any COVID-19 vaccine resources, click here