FEMA to Help Pay Funeral Costs for COVID-19-Related Deaths

COVID-19 FUNERAL ASSISTANCE Website: https://www.fema.gov/disaster/coronavirus/economic/funeral-assistance For more information about this assistance, visit COVID-19 Funeral Assistance | FEMA.gov [1]. Related Links Funeral Assistance FAQ [2] Tags: All [3] Headquarters [4] Coronavirus [5] Pandemic [6] COVID-19 FUNERAL ASSISTANCE How to Apply Funeral Assistance Policy Who is Eligible? Additional Resources Find Funeral Assistance information in your language: 中文 […]

The Share Financial Data with Care webinar

Please click on the link below to access the files from the webinar: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/o11qxg9ywcrvfa6/AABUtG-XrNL1cz7yY7Zcq306a?dl=0 After you go to the link above, just click on the  “Download” button in the upper right side and select “Direct Download” to download directly to your computer.  The downloaded file is in zip format, so you need to unzip it […]

” Resources for Veterans for Power Wheel Chairs, Vision and Dental Care “

NAAV is making an effort to increase awareness of vision and dental care options for veterans. We have observed that many veterans are not aware of the unique options available to them, and it can also be difficult to navigate those options. Links to website information: https://bestpowerwheelchair.com/pages/va-resources https://www.nvisioncenters.com/education/vision-care-guide-for-veterans/ https://www.byteme.com/community/resources/article/veterans-dental-resources/ Resources provided are non-commercial community efforts […]

Veterans Pro Bono Legal Assistance

Please share with Veterans in the DC, Maryland and Virginia Metro Area seeking pro bono legal advice. All Clinics Are by Appointment ONLY Women Veterans Legal Clinic Tuesday, June 22 10 AM – 2 PM Questions? (202) 733-3329 | clinics@vetsprobono.org All Veterans Legal Clinic Friday, June 25 10 AM – 2 PM Questions? (202) 733-3315 […]

Recognizing Veteran Benefits

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are approximately 18 million Veterans in the country, and around half are age 65 or older. There are many organizations in place to improve the daily lives of Veterans, many of which aren’t talked about enough. Making sure these resources are readily available, can make a huge impact […]

Veteran Scholarship Resources

 Since the Post-9/11 GI Bill was introduced, the number of active-duty personnel and veterans using military benefits to pay for education has increased significantly. While this program offers financial relief to military families, there are many additional scholarships available that often go unnoticed. Our goal at Psychology.org is to encourage veteran students in Washington to […]

A Resource Guide on how the Post-9/11 GI Bill and the Forever GI Bill can be Used to Cover the Cost of a Coding Bootcamp

The following is a  Resource Guide that covers information on how the Post-9/11 GI Bill and the Forever GI Bill can be used to cover the cost of a coding bootcamp. My team also created a scholarship guide to provide students with additional funding resources. GI Bill for a Coding Bootcamp- https://www.bestcolleges.com/bootcamps/guides/gi-bill-and-coding-bootcamps/ Scholarships for Veterans: […]

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