Resources for Enhancing Alzheimer's Caregiver Health–Department of Veterans Affairs (REACH VA) was implemented in response to a Congressional mandate to test caregiver interventions in the VA health care system. REACH VA took a proven behavioral intervention for dementia caregivers from research to clinical practice. The home- and telephone-based intervention focuses on education, support, and skills building to help caregivers manage their own stress and patient dementia behaviors. This national clinical translation achieved outcomes similar to the REACH II randomized controlled trial. During 6 months, caregivers reported significantly decreased burden, depression, impact of depression on daily life, caregiving frustrations and abusive behaviors, and number of troubling patient dementia-related behaviors. REACH VA is currently being used in the VA system, in community agencies, and in Administration on Aging state-based research translations. This model of caregiver support can inform public policy in providing assistance to caregivers.