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Retired VA phone number putting Veterans’ information at risk

The Department of Veterans Affairs established 1-800-MyVA411 (1-800-698-2411) in 2020 to help Veterans, their family members, caregivers, and survivors understand and access the broad spectrum of VA benefits and services. VA’s previous information number, 1-844-MyVA311, was retired at that time. Since that transition, MyVA311 has been repurposed by a non-federal entity claiming… Read More »Retired VA phone number putting Veterans’ information at risk

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How we stand up for our country on Veterans Day!

How do we stand up for our country, even though we can’t stand anymore? We may be broken on the outside, but on the inside, we have more determination than one could ever know. When we hear that call, the call of duty, we respond in a minute.

We may have prosthetic arms or legs, or even be confined to a wheelchair; when duty calls we will be there. This Veterans Day, November 11, 2022, we will stand in the streets tall and proud, proud to be military service men and women of all ages.

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Sailing on the Hudson River in 2022

In 2021, HRCS launched an Adaptive Sailing program to work with people living with a range of disabilities. Through partnerships with a number of organizations HRCS are getting a diverse group of participants on the water! Check out this video to learn more about Adaptive Sailing at HRCS.

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PVA Survey 2022

Attached is a survey performed by the Paralyzed Veterans of America. Thirty percent of our Life Members responded to the survey–the highest of any PVA chapter! Thank you ladies and gentlemen for taking the time to share.

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