Support the National Veterans Foundation’s efforts raise awareness and support for Veteran Suicide Prevention! Take the challenge. Support the NVF #22pushups team, donate $22 to support the campaign. Get your friends and family to sponsor my #22pushups challenge with a donation of $22. Join these people in supporting the NVF’s #22pushups Campaign for Veteran Suicide Prevention…

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National Veterans Foundation Founder Shad Meshad was interviewed by Gary Ray at the American Heroes Network  on June 13.   Shad talks about the Vet Center Program he authored, the challenges veterans face reintegrating back to civilian life, veteran suicide, military sexual trauma, and the services the National Veterans Foundation provides to help veterans with any…

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THE NVF NEWS The Lifeline For America’s Veterans SERVING OUR VETERANS CELEBRATING 29 YEARS Memorial Day 2017 NVF Gives Away 24,000 New Lands’ End Clothes to Vets On February 3, Veterans began lining up at 8:00 AM  at the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare System (VAGLAHS) in West Los Angeles. VA staff and volunteers set…

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Women’s Outreach Director Mary Ann Mayer, MSW has been fielding calls from women veterans for several months now.  She notes the high incidence of poverty as an issue and a barrier for women vets. To begin with, female veterans have a lower median household income than male veterans, according to a March 2016 report from…

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These are just a few of the thousands of call stories from the Lifeline for Vets over the last few months.  The NVF and the Lifeline for Vets™ – 888-777-4443 – have helped countless American heroes — person-to-person, veteran-to-veteran. That’s vital at a time when suicides among America’s veterans have reached the rate of 22…

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The National Veterans Foundation is proud to present a new veteran suicide prevention short film, Until We Get Home. Written and directed by Scott McCullough and produced by Windy Buhler and Edge of Reason Productions, the film features well-known actor, activist and NVF Honorary Board Member, Martin Sheen. Award-winning director Scott McCullough and producer Windy…

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National Veterans Foundation Founder and President Shad Meshad was interviewed by Jude Angelini on Shade 45 SiriusXM Radio on March 1 about the readjustment challenges many Veterans face. The interview deals with the readjustment challenges Veterans deal with when they return home from war and the military, including PTSD, military sexual trauma, Veteran suicide and the services…

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The National Veterans Foundation is proud to present a new veteran suicide prevention short film written and directed by Scott McCullough and Produced by Windy Buhler and Edge of Reason Productions, Until We Get Home. Over 20 American war veterans commit suicide every day. In response to this horrifying statistic, award-winning director Scott McCullough and producer,…

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Sometimes you just have to marvel at the way things come together. Take the case of the National Veterans Foundation’s partnering with Zenti, Inc. and Dr. Joe Franklin. Three separate entities embarked on an exciting project to identify veterans at risk of suicide through public social media content. You know the statistics…from 22-25 veteran suicides…

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