• After Action Network: One-stop shop for Veterans

    After Action Network is a comprehensive, data-driven resource referral network that also serves as the local Community Veterans Engagement Board (CVEB). 

  • Veterans Experience Office uses customer feedback to build trust in VA

    “The VA has paid special attention to Veteran feedback and has endeavored to improve the overall experience of the agency’s regular customers. This has been reflected by a substantial rise in reported Veteran satisfaction from 2015 to 2019, which nearly doubled," said Surafeal Asgedom, Chief of VA Modernization.

  • Los Angeles Region Community Veteran Engagement Board meets

    The Los Angeles Regional Community Veteran Engagement Board, serving the Nation's largest county Veteran population, recently met to set future plans.

  • The 2019 Inland Empire Veteran Stand Down

    2019 Inland Empire Veteran Stand Down helps more than 200 local California Veterans.

  • Columbia, South Carolina recognized as Veteran Friendly Community

    Columbia, South Carolina has been recognized as a Veteran Friendly Community and it was presented with a certificate of appreciation on behalf of Secretary Robert Wilkie.

  • Colorado Veterans town hall focuses on MISSION Act

    The Veterans Coalition of San Luis Valley (VCSLV) hosted a town hall at the National Guard Armory in Alamosa on June 25 with VA officials offering insight and guidance on the recently implemented MISSION Act. More than 60 rural Veterans and 40 local providers were there to learn more.

  • 20-acre camp to provide ‘one-stop shop’ for East Texas Veterans

    A community Veterans engagement board in East Texas has worked with VA and state and community partners to develop, operate and begin renovations for CampV, a Veteran resource center in Tyler, Texas. The 20 acre site will host nine different providers offering mental and physical fitness programs, equine and canine therapy, respite and more.

  • Community Veterans Engagement Board Co-Chair named to New York Veterans Hall of Fame

    Congratulations to Community Veterans Engagement Board Co-Chair Joe Bello on his recent induction to the New York State Senate Veterans Hall of Fame. Joe's commitment to New York’s Veterans, their families, caregivers, and providers embodies the selfless service that is a hallmark of the profession of arms.

  • Northern Shenandoah Valley Community Veterans Engagement Board working to improve local support services for Veterans

    The Northern Shenandoah Valley Community Veterans Enagement Board (NSV CVEB) serves Veterans and their families with a focus area of the City of Winchester, Frederick County, Clarke County and Warren County.

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