Veterans Mental Health Advisory Council Washington, DC Veterans Affairs Medical Center

The Veterans Mental Health Advisory Councils has the unique and challenging task of building, maintaining, promoting, and facilitating recovery-oriented practice, serving as Recovery Champions and consultants to other Veterans, their families, and all levels of the mental health care system. The purpose of the Council is to provide a forum for members to express their […]

NAAV Testimonies of Time Features of 2017

  Looking back down the road, the National Association of American Veterans, Inc. has received several wonderful testimonies. As we look back, we thank you for allowing our organization to touch so many lives. Here’s a quick walk back down the paths from January through October 2017.   January 2017: NAAV Provides Financial Assistance Dear […]

Cultural Diversity & Wellness Event 2017

We are so excited about this event set to take place on OCTOBER 28, 2017 FROM 11AM-5PM at our Administration building, located at 3450 N. 3rd St., Phoenix. Our goal with this event is to build a community that prides itself on connectedness, inclusion, and celebration of differences. Outside agencies will be present and participating […]

INSURANCE IN THE SHARING ECONOMY TRAIN-THE-TRAINER

On Thursday, Oct. 12, CONSUMER ACTION will host a train-the-trainer in Washington, DC. The personal nature of peer-to-peer (P2P) transactions might make it easy to forget about the business side of buying, selling or renting. Other names for the sharing economy include the peer-to-peer, P2P or  peer economy, the ?gig? economy, the ?collaborative? economy, and the […]

Veteran Resources September 2017

The National Association of American (NAAV) was asked to share information with our audience of veterans and their family members about a new Brain Donor program being offered through Mount Sinai in New York. This program is uniquely focused on military service members. “Dr. Kristen Dams-O’Connor, who is one of the leading brain injury researchers […]