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July 5, 2016

TRANSITIONAL HOUSING AVAILABLE FOR FEMALE VETERANS Applications available on http://veteranshousingfacility.org/   For more info please call (408)553-0228 Or visit our website   Located 10 Kirk Ave, San Jose CA 95127   *THIS IS A GPD (GRANT PER DIEM) PROGRAM*              Services offered:  §  Three meals daily §  NA/AA meetings  §  […]

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June 25, 2016

Women Veterans Alliance will be partnering with American Corporate Partners (ACP) to connect women veterans with mentors. ACP is a nationwide nonprofit organization connecting women veterans with female business leaders and entrepreneurs for one-on-one yearlong mentorships focused on career transition and development. As part of ACP’s Women’s Veteran Mentoring Program you will have access to career development workshops […]

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June 13, 2016

Readjustment Survival instincts develop fast during daily exposure to gunfire and explosions. It also happens with the chaos that happens wherever armed soldiers clash. Learning to let go of that lifestyle can be difficult, especially after returning home. Are you wondering how you fit in with your family, friends and loved ones? Do you feel […]

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June 7, 2016

VET CENTER FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions): Who do you serve?  We offer readjustment counseling to any vet who deployed to a combat zone; in addition, we treat any victims of MST (military sexual trauma), whether or not they deployed.  Finally, we provide bereavement services to family members of service members who were killed in action.  […]

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May 26, 2016

DEADLINE JUNE 5th   A New Leash on Life : Veteran Opportunities & Events     THEY PASSED! THEY PASSED! Bella & Maverick are now CGC Certified  x Our two resident rescues, Bella and Maverick, have been in training for their Canine Good Citizen certification and have officially passed! These two will be gifted to […]

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May 23, 2016

  We spend approximately 47 hours a week at work, which comes out to about 30% of our week. That’s quite a bit of time to be spending at work since it doesn’t factor in sleeping. It goes to reason that since you spend so much of your time at work, that it’s a great […]

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May 16, 2016

At the Unconference last month we had a breakout panel discussion regarding veterans education benefits.  Thank you to Daniel Avegalio ,Marine Corps Veteran from American River College Veterans Resource Center and Megan Kennedy, Army Veteran from UC Davis Admissions for leading this discussion and to breakout sponsor Golden Gate University. If you are interested in going to […]

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