Vietnam Veterans Of America

Francisco's to Chapters

Since many Chapters are closed and we are not having a State Council meeting this is a great time for Chapters to continue doing their servicing the veterans within their communities.


These are uncertain times and I know we are all developing new strategy, as we spent more time at home and practice social distancing.


This is a good time to lend any help needed to your family members, neighbor and a hand to any senior veteran within your community.


As Vietnam veterans we are strong and we have faced adversity in the past as wars and local major events such as 9/11, storms, hurricanes and blizzards and together we will face coronavirus with strength and a share sacrifice.


Call or E-mail your veterans in your Chapters and keep in touch and in helping them survive during these difficult times. Go food shopping or bring a hot meal to those who are shut in their homes.


Contact your membership on their input on Government Affairs Resolution on Changing Name of VVA.  Let's continue working while we wait for this

Covid!9 episode gets resolve.


If you need help call the VA hotline or any support groups within your


Health Care: 1-877-222-VETS (8387); Veterans Crisis Line - 1-800-273-TALK

(1-800-273-8255); Women Veterans Hotline     1-855-VA-WOMEN (1-855-829-6636)



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