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                                        RECOGNITION OF VETERANS WHO SERVED! 

Soldiers of yesterday, today and tomorrow become the heroes and Veterans for life as an example of true servant leaders.

*     Soldiers Discover their Why and pursue ways to use their military resources after the transition through Servant &                  Transformational Leadership. 
*     Many v
eterans are resourceful. However, they need to be empowered or trained for new careers.
*     They served the United States of America as servant leaders.  

Transformational Leadership Veterans served as teams in all branches of service of the United States of America military
*    They build teams to support others.
 Veterans Discover Their Servant & Transformational Leadership through Foresight and Stewardship as Veterans who provide their skills to help their fellow corades.

                   

COMING NOVEMBER 17, 2018 - THE VETERANS CAREGIVING CONFERENCE.

Stay tuned for more details to come.

WE CAN ALL BE RESOURCEFUL, IF WE PUT OUR MINDS TO HELPING OTHERS WHO HAVE GIVEN SO MUCH.

PARTNERS:

Walter Elmore, M.A., Chair 
HUD Veterans Affinity Group (VAG) 
Vice-Chair Emeritus and Special Advisor to the Interagency Veterans Affinity Council (IVAC) 
HUD District of Columbia Office/National Capital Area Office 
Veterans (VAG) 
Direct: 202-275-6323 
Walter.A.Elmore@hud.gov  

VAG Core Values:  Professionalism, Leadership, Teamwork, Character, Cost-efficiency "Our veterans are not interruptions to our work; they are the reason for it"

                                       

                                            USATC         TRADOC      

THANK YOU! If you need help, visit any of the web links below.

                           Resources for:   *   Care Giving                            *   Veterans Homelessness
                                                     *   Veterans Claims                     *    Veterans Benefits 

                                                     *   Mental Health                         *    PTSD
                                                     *   Veteran Employment              *    Veterans Disability
Resource Links:    https://www.archives.gov Library of Congress
 
                            U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs 
                              https://www.va.gov

                              https://www.dav.org
                              www.AmericanLegion.org
 
                             www.USO.org
                              www.MOAA.org 
                              www.VetNTransition.com
                              
www.elizabethdolefoundation.org/

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Suicide Prevention 1-800-273-TALK    National Caregivers  1-855-260-3274  VA Benefits & Claims 1-800-837-1000

Homeless 1-877-424-3838



                          

 

    

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