As we approach the end of year, Wreaths Across America is on the mind of many of our veterans, families, and supporters. However as with all things 2020, COVID-19 is having an impact on this cherished event as well.
Since the signing of the VA Mission Act, the Department of Veterans Affairs has worked on developing a methodology and support structure to support the eventual expansion of the VA Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers.
(Boulder City) - Honor Flight Southern Nevada, a local Girl Scout and a number of community organizations, including KTNV-TV's "Hope for Our Heroes" campaign, brought packages of gifts and goodwill to the residents of the Southern Nevada Veterans Home in celebration of Veterans Day Week.
All Services Honored At Veterans Day Boulder City Event
By Chuck N. Baker
(Boulder City) - With strict COVID-19 restrictions in place, the Southern Nevada Veterans Home was able to celebrate Veterans Day this year with a small ceremony, a few dignitaries and lots of appreciation for the veterans in attendance.
The VA offers the Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Program (IPVAP), to help veterans and their partners. The IPVAP section of the VA website provides contact information for support services, as well as the impacts of COVID-19.
By Kim Donohue, NDVS Suicide Prevention Program Manager
As NDVS Director Kat Miller mentioned in her newsletter column this month, the holiday season is here and the pandemic requires ALL of us to adapt in various ways, especially connecting with loved ones; I would like to highlight how we can still stay CONNECTED with family and friends!