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50 Veterans Find “Place to Call Home” at Mather Veterans Village

50 Veterans Find “Place to Call Home” at Mather Veterans Village

Today, Mercy Housing, Veterans Resource Centers of America (VRC), the City of Rancho Cordova and the County of Sacramento announced the opening of Mather Veterans Village, the first permanent supportive housing for homeless and disabled veterans in the Sacramento region.

Looking for a New Mission? 25000 Jobs Waiting for Veterans

Growing up, my parents and my grandparents informed me that if I wanted to eat, I best learn how to work. I clearly remember when my grandfather, who grew up through the Depression, sat me down while I waLouisville KYs finishing my final year of college and instructed me to learn a trade.

Million Veteran March Coming October 1st

Million Veteran March Coming October 1st

The mission of the Million Veteran March (MVM) is to deploy veteran marches nationwide to proudly support our nation’s veterans in a patriotic way and raise awareness to the issues affecting veterans. MVM provides assistance to homeless, unemployed, and less fortunate veterans, to improve their quality of life.

Appleton Home to Be Renovated for Veterans Housing

Appleton Home to Be Renovated for Veterans Housing

A first-of-its kind project is taking shape in the Fox Valley. Four agencies, the V.F.W. Post 2778, Fox Valley Veteran’s Council, Home Depot Foundation, andHousing Partnership of the Fox Cities, are partnering up to renovate a home and turn it into transitional housing for veterans. The unique aspect is that this will be a livable space, not only the veteran, but also their family.

Independent 2013 Survey Shows Veterans Highly Satisfied with VA Care

Independent 2013 Survey Shows Veterans Highly Satisfied with VA Care

The American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI), an independent customer service survey, ranks the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) customer satisfaction among Veteran patients among the best in the nation and equal to or better than ratings for private sector hospitals.

HOMELESS: Why Female Veterans are At Risk

HOMELESS:  Why Female Veterans are At Risk

According to the VA Center for Women Veteran statistics, female veterans are the fastest growing segment of
the U.S. homeless population, with most of these veterans residing in California. The risk of female veterans
becoming homeless is four times greater than that of male veterans.

California Small Biz Ordered to Remove Iconic Sign Supporting Veterans or Face Fine

California Small Biz Ordered to Remove Iconic Sign Supporting Veterans or Face Fine

Buzzing in California, a local business owner known for hosting numerous fundraisers for veterans and veterans’ charities was cited today by the city of Huntington Beach’s Code Enforcement and told to remove an iconic sign thanking veterans on their roof that has been up for years or face $960 fine and further legal action. The community, including many veterans, are outraged.

US Veterans and the Battle at Home

US Veterans and the Battle at Home

A special report on US veterans and their never-ending battle back at home. A must watch for all Veterans and those that care.

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