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Kansas City VA and community coalition did a PIT count and distributed hygiene and essentials to unhoused residents in the Kansas City metro.
A Veteran suspected his buddy was suicidal, then remembered a bandana on his dog. He gave his buddy a phone number and saved his life.
From July 13th through 15th, VA partnered with the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs, United Way 211, and other community partners to host the latest V-VEAC in Kentucky. This event provided immediate action on the needs of 383 Veterans.
Warrior Surf Foundation teaches Veterans to surf at no charge, offers online yoga classes and is also working to donate PPE to those in need.
Fayetteville VA Suicide Prevention Team joined forces with community partners to host “Pull for Prevention,” a community event to bring awareness to suicide prevention and mental health support.
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A Veteran shares advice for a post-military college experience, including joining a Veteran organization and participating in community outreach.
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Last updated September 29, 2022
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