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U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs CWV - Resources Update
Topic Started: Oct 12 2017, 03:09 AM (17 Views)
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Dear Veteran/Supporter,
The Center for Women Veterans (CWV) is sharing this quarter’s “In the Spotlight” with those who have signed up for resources updates.
Visit our Resources page for information on other resources and opportunities for women Veterans, grouped by categories including economic opportunity, health, housing stability, legal assistance, MST, state resources, entrepreneurship, VSOs, and volunteering/civic engagement.
Thank you for your service and support,

Kayla M. Williams
Director, Center for Women Veterans

In the Spotlight … State and Local Resources

The Department of Veterans Affairs works closely with a state and local partners that also serve our nations Veterans; our Office of Intergovernmental Affairs (IGA) serves as the Department’s liaison in all intergovernmental affairs matters and is the primary point of contact with federal, state, local, American Indian, and Native Alaskan Government officials.
Find out more about some of those resources at the links below:

•Want to learn more about state-level benefits and programs?
Find the link to your state or territory Veterans affairs office here.

•Many states have a State Women Veteran Coordinator committed to facilitating the delivery of timely, quality benefits for women Veterans – for more information or to locate your state’s coordinator, visit the website of CWV partner the National Association of State Women Veteran Coordinators.

•There are over 2,400 County Veterans Services Officers in 29 states who can help with claims development and more; learn more at the National Association of County Veterans Service Officers website.

•VA’s Office ofTribal Government Relations team works to strengthen and build closer relations between the VA, tribal governments and other key federal, state, private and non-profit partners in an effort to effectively and respectfully serve Veterans across Indian Country.

•Cities as diverse as Houston, Texas; Columbus, Ohio, and New York, New York have offices devoted to veterans affairs – use an internet search to determine whether yours does!

Keep updated & let us know how we're doing.

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