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Faces of Service captures photos and stories of Veterans dating back to World War II. So far, 160 Veterans have shared their story.
On research panel, Marine Veteran shared his struggles after serving near Open Burn Pits. “They have taken the time to try to understand.”
PGA HOPE is free to Veterans and funded by PGA REACH with a mission to positively impact the lives of youth, military, and diverse populations through golf.
Marine Veteran Amputee Ryan Garza crosses snowboarding off his bucket list at the 36th National Disabled Veterans Winter Sport Clinic.
His two passions in life are the Marine Corps and music. “My music gives me hope and offers me a chance to reach out to my fellow Veterans.”
Veteran Rex Gruber, shot three times in the Korean War, loves the staff at Omaha VA. “I wouldn’t be here if it weren’t for these people.”
A chat with a Veteran at a food bank led this Marine Veteran to the HUD-VASH program. It improved his living conditions almost overnight.
Surrounded by family members, friends and staff, World War II Marine Veteran William Turner celebrated his 102nd birthday Oct. 26.
A Florida VA social worker used VA and HUD-VASH programs to find an older Veteran a home that's a “cruise ship on land.”
“The Vet Center has been helpful and there are some extra things I’ve learned. I came to see what information might be useful to me.”
Marine Veteran loves his wife, his church, and his bowling league. Thanks to Whole Health from VA, he is there for all of them again.
Marine Veteran Jessie Barnes Sr. lost his son, Army Veteran Jessie Barnes Jr. A nursing home resident, he was not able to attend the funeral so the VA staff arranged for him to attend virtually.
If you are a Veteran in crisis
or concerned about one, connect with our caring, qualified responders for confidential help. Many of
them are Veterans themselves.
Get more resources at VeteransCrisisLine.net.
Last updated April 27, 2017
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