2018 Veteran Caregivers Respite Care Retreat

The National Association of American Veterans, Inc. president and chief executive officer, senior advisors, board members, and guests of NAAV attended a two-day Respite Care Retreat sponsored by the National Association of American Veterans and its partners on November 30 and December 1 at the National Conference Center, 18960 Upper Belmont Place, Leesburg, Virginia, about […]

VA Celebrates National Family Caregivers Month

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) marks the month of November as National Family Caregivers Month by honoring the service of 5.5 million family members and friends who have dedicated their lives to provide much needed care for chronically ill, severely injured, or disabled Veterans.  “Caregivers make tremendous sacrifices to be there every day and address the daily needs of […]

Letter From Sandra Depew

Sandra Depew is a former Veteran caregiver of Raymond Depew, who passed away in July 2018. NAAV provided assistance with utilities, washer and dryer, property taxes, and food for the past two years before his death. In September 2018 NAAV was able to get a new water heater for Mrs. Depew, with no labor for installation for the sponsor of NAAV, […]

NEW START

Everyone deserves a new start in life. Reasons differ from person to person, but the following principles are a guideline to give your life a NEW START for a healthier lifestyle.   Nutrition Proper nutrition is the foundation of good health. It will be healthy to familiarize yourself with the food chart.    Health nutrition […]

A Veteran Caregiver’s “Thank-You Letter” to the National Association of American Veterans, Inc.

To anyone who reads this, this is about Constance A. Burns, the founder of the National Association of American Veterans, Inc. (NAAV), established in 2005 to help Veterans and their caregivers and family members nationwide. My husband, Raymond M. Depew, is a Veteran of the Vietnam War who passed away on July 11, 2018, after […]