VA Boston Healthcare System
The Brockton Campus offers Veterans a wide range of healthcare options including short-term rehabilitation, medical care, palliative and hospice care, long-term care, a chronic Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) unit, mental health services, comprehensive primary care, and a Domiciliary for Homeless Veterans.
Also available at the Brockton Campus is an inpatient psychiatric unit for women, and a residential rehabilitative unit for women suffering from both PTSD and substance abuse. These units, in conjunction with the outpatient Women’s Health Center offer women Veterans a complete spectrum of healthcare services.
Both the Homeless Veterans program and the Women’s Program are regional referral centers for Veterans throughout New England.
The Chronic Spinal Cord Injury Unit offers specialized programs and respite care for Veterans with spinal cord injuries and disabilities.
The Community Living Center (CLC) similarly offers respite care programs to Veterans throughout New England. The CLC provides rehabilitation and restorative care for medical and postoperative patients from the West Roxbury inpatient units and other facilities, serving as a venue for transitioning patients from acute inpatient care to home.
The Mental Health Services offered at the Brockton Campus are extensive in both the inpatient and outpatient arenas. Offering both chronic and acute inpatient psychiatric programs, and programs in substance abuse.