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VETERANS AFFAIRS AND REHABILITATION

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CONTACT INFORMATION:

NONE

 

CO-CHAIRMAN OF THE VETERANS AFFAIRS AND REHABILITATION COMMITTEE
NONE Committee Member NONE
NONE Committee Member NONE
 
DISTRICT VETERANS AFFAIRS AND REHABILITATION CHAIRMAN
District One Cherie Thomas chercruzan@aol.com Click:Go to District Page
District Two Shirley Bright alfred.bright1318@att.net Click:Go to District Page
District Three Glennis Peck None Click:Go to District Page
District Four Claudia Maples jlstaley@twinvalley.net Click:Go to District Page
District Five Sheryl Carpenter rgsacarpenter@outlook.com Click:Go to District Page
District Six None None Click:Go to District Page
District Seven Roberta Allen riallen1149@cox.net Click:Go to District Page
District Eight Ida Myeres johnandida@gbta.net Click:Go to District Page

 

Program Information:

The Auxiliary's Veteran's Affairs and Rehabilitation program provides service and financial assistance to veterans and their families. Auxiliary members are interested in restoring the veteran and his family to normal function — physically, mentally, socially and vocationally. Members provide emotional support and cheerful companionship while attending to the hospitalized, handicapped and homebound veterans' physical comforts. In a single year, veterans' programs utilized the services of more than 100,000 hospital field and home service volunteers who donated millions of dollars and millions of hours to assist veterans. The Auxiliary's gift shops and holiday parties have become an essential part of the VA program. The Poppy program provides therapy and a means of earning money for handicapped and hospitalized veterans and their families. Members work with legislators and congressmen to pass legislation to increase government benefits and assistance for veterans. Essential equipment and supplies are purchased by caring members to upgrade and facilitate the level of care provided in veterans' facilities. Members furnish job assistance, transportation, food, clothing and medicine to thousands of needy, handicapped and homeless veterans. The Auxiliary plays a necessary and important role in the life of America's veterans.

See  www.alaforveterans.org/Programs/Veterans-Affairs---Rehabilitation for more details.

KANSAS VA&R

Holiday Gift Shops at Kansas Veterans Rehabilitation Facilities Kansas Veterans Rehabilitation Facilities and VAVS Represenation

 

Purpose Statement:

To promote our mission to enhance the lives of veterans, military, and their families.

 

Committee Deadlines:

>Mid-Year Unit Reports are due to the District Chairman by November 15, 2016.

>Year-End Unit Reports are due to District Chairman by March 15, 2017.

 

FORM AND INFORMATION
2016-2017 Program Action Plan  
Unit Mid-Year Report Form Unit End-Year Report Form
VA&R Volunteer Guide Veteran's Benefits Information Poster

 

 

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