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BLINDED VETERANS ASSOCIATION

BLINDED VETERANS ASSOCIATION #65631212


The Blinded Veterans Association works to promote the welfare of blinded veterans so that, notwithstanding their disabilities, they may take their rightful place in the community and work with their fellow citizens toward the creation of a peaceful world.

BVA’s primary efforts include a National Field Service Program, advocacy before Congress and the Department of Veterans Affairs, scholarships for spouses and dependent children and grandchildren, and special initiatives such as Operation Peer Support/Project Gemini in which older veterans connect with those recently injured in Iraq and Afghanistan, including those from BVA’s sister organization in the United Kingdom.

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DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS: DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA

DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS: DEPARTMENT OF CALIFORNIA #65631259


location_on A
  • 13733 Rosecrans Avenue
    Santa Fe Springs, Los Angeles
local_phone
  • Phone 1
    562-404-1266

The Disabled American Veterans, or DAV, is a nonprofit association of veterans who suffered some degree of disability while serving in time of war or armed conflict.

Founded in 1920, the DAV is totally funded by dues and contributions, receiving no federal funding. With National Headquarters offices in Cincinnati and Washington D.C. and California's Headquarters offices in Santa Fe Springs, the DAV focuses strictly on serving veterans and their families.

A nonpolitical organization it has no political action committees (PACS) and endorses no political candidates. Today there are more than 1.25 million members of the DAV with more than 116,000 residing in California.
DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS: SACRAMENTO CHAPTERS

DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS: SACRAMENTO CHAPTERS #65630925


location_on B
  • 10535 Hospital Way
    Mather, Sacramento
local_phone
  • 24/7 Referral Source for Veterans and their families
    916-364-5797

Disabled American Veterans is an organization of disabled veterans who are focused on building better lives for disabled veterans and their families. The organization accomplishes this goal by providing free assistance to veterans in obtaining benefits and services earned through their military service. It is fully funded through its membership dues and public contributions. It is not a government agency and receives no government funds. We are dedicated to a single purpose: empowering veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity. We accomplish this by ensuring that veterans and their families can access the full range of benefits available to them; fighting for the interests of America's injured heroes on Capitol Hill; and educating the public about the great sacrifices and needs of veterans transitioning back to civilian life. Providing free, professional assistance to veterans and their families in obtaining benefits and services earned through military service and … [read more]
PARALYZED VETERANS OF AMERICA

PARALYZED VETERANS OF AMERICA #65631357


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  • 1875 Eye Street NW
    Washington, District Of Columbia
local_phone
  • Benefits Helpline
    1-866-734-0857

The Paralyzed Veterans of America, a congressionally chartered veterans service organization founded in 1946, has developed a unique expertise on a wide variety of issues involving the special needs of their members - veterans of the armed forces who have experienced spinal cord injury or dysfunction.
US ARMY RECOVERY CARE PROGRAM

US ARMY RECOVERY CARE PROGRAM #65631497


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  • 200 Stovall Street
    Alexandria, Alexandria City
local_phone
  • Media Inquiries
    703-325-0470

The Army Recovery Care Program (ARCP) (formerly known as Warrior Care and Transition Program is the official U.S. Army program that assists and advocates for severely wounded, injured, and ill Soldiers and their Families, wherever they are located, for as long as it takes.

ARCP provides individualized support to this unique population of Soldiers, who were injured or became ill during their service in the Global War on Terrorism.

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