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Be Connected Veterans!
WE'RE SO GLAD YOU'RE HERE!
Whether you’re a service member, veteran or family member seeking support, information or resources:
July 2017: Veterans Benefits Counselors (VBCs) from the Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services (ADVS) are now using web cameras to complete appointments with veterans, their families and caretakers. VBCs can live chat with people to help them apply for their Veterans Administration compensation and pension claims. Click on the image at left to read all the details!
We hope you will enjoy our ADVS Monthly Update for May/June 2017. Click HERE or on the thumbnail image at left, to open the full-color PDF document, which may be printed for sharing with others. Or send your friends to this web page! See you in two months with more news and photos from the Arizona Department of Veterans' Services.
But why wait? Are you friends with ADVS on Facebook? Why not? There's more news and information online there. How about Twitter? Check out our social media connections online HERE.
July 2017: The Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services is proud to launch the Veteran Tool Kit Program. It was created to help unemployed veterans get the supplies they need to start working. Surveyed veterans repeatedly said they were ready to work, but needed a few things to get them there, ranging from boots and tools to bicycles. Click image at left to open.
May 2017: Retired Air Force Col. Wanda Wright, Director of the Arizona Department of Veterans’ Services presented the Arizona Gold Star Military Medal to the family of Pfc. Ralford Jackson. Jackson, a U.S. Marine Corps radio telegraph operator, was killed in Vietnam on May 22, 1969. He was 20 years old, and left behind a wife and two children. Click image at left to open.
If you are a homeless veteran, at-risk of homelessness or a provider trying to assist a homeless veteran, please call the National Homeless Veterans Resource line at: 877-4AID-VET (877-424-3838).
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