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Special Reunion Between Two Unlikely Vets

By Rich Rudnick / October 31, 2022

Almost 35 years ago, they met in Russia. One was a Russian Vet who served in Afghanistan. The other was…

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Veterans Creative Arts Festival

By Rich Rudnick / October 31, 2022

On September 13, NVF Counselor Louis Geiger, aka Echo-Xis-Golf,  participated as an artist in the Veterans Creative Arts Festival. The…

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A Sampling of the Work of our NVF Outreach Staff

By Rich Rudnick / May 26, 2022
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Soldiers’ Angels

By Rich Rudnick / January 5, 2022

Mission Soldiers’ Angels is a national charity providing aid, comfort, and resources to the military, veterans, and their families. What We…

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Creating Art: a Way to Heal

By Rich Rudnick / November 1, 2021

At the end of his first enlistment in 1992, he transferred to the Marine Corps Reserves. He was activated in…

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After the Withdrawal

By Rich Rudnick / November 1, 2021

One of September’s Lifeline for Vets calls came from a woman army corpsman who had served in Afghanistan. Her husband,…

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NVF Trains for VPAN

By Rich Rudnick / November 1, 2021

Created by Melinda Meshad, LCSW, Our Best: Boundaries and Ethics with Mandated Reporting is part of LA County Mental Health Department’s training…

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Charity Navigator – Give with Confidence

By Rich Rudnick / November 1, 2021

The NVF is proud to have earned two consecutive 4-star ratings from Charity Navigator  “Since 2001, we’ve been empowering millions…

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