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Veteran Stand Down in San Diego

By Shad Meshad / November 2, 2020

If you’re not familiar with a Stand Down, it’s a special event for veterans where veteran service organizations provide information,…

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An In-Depth Guide to Veteran Suicide Help Resources

By National Veterans Foundation / October 12, 2020

Each day, countless veterans contemplate suicide or attempt it. Having access to veteran suicide help resources today can help prevent…

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Our Giving Tuesday Counselor

By National Veterans Foundation / May 18, 2020

If you saw our Giving Tuesday Facebook post on May 5, then you’ve met Mario Miramontes. He grew up in…

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NVF’s Response to Covid-19: We Didn’t Miss a Day

By National Veterans Foundation / May 18, 2020

            Los Angeles went into lockdown on March 20th. The mayor’s announcement came late afternoon on the…

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Diary: Louis Geiger, NVF Counselor

By National Veterans Foundation / May 18, 2020

“An Army veteran called our Lifeline for Vets and needed his DD214 to complete his job application for a federal…

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Women Veterans Coordinator, Terrin Sullivan

By National Veterans Foundation / May 18, 2020

Terrin Sullivan joined our staff in November. She served in the Army National Guard as a Medic from 2018-2021. She’s pursuing…

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Meet Jim White

By National Veterans Foundation / May 18, 2020

We waited a long time to be able to add Jim to our team. One of the most-decorated helicopter pilots…

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U.S. Army Combat Vet Jake Ruch Bikes from Las Vegas to Los Angeles to Raise Awareness of Veterans’ Mental Health Issues

By National Veterans Foundation / April 13, 2020

Los Angeles, CA — (April 13, 2020) – Combat Vet Jake Ruch set off from the Welcome to Las Vegas…

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