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Veterans making the transition back to civilian life must overcome many obstacles, and we provide programs that address their overall health and well-being. Beyond helping hundreds of thousands of veterans from all eras each year access available government benefits, we fund rehabilitation and counseling programs, link veterans to job training programs and work to address homelessness. All DAV services are free.
With the strength of 1.2 million members behind us, we represent the voices of ill and injured veterans before Congress.
DAV serves all injured and ill veterans, whether their injury is visible or not. Any assistance we can give to our veterans is so important.
• DAV is dedicated to the service our nation’s injured heroes. The men and women who live with illnesses and injuries related to their military service. Some injuries are visible, and some, such as post-traumatic stress disorder, are not. We are here to help them all, regardless of the severity or degree of their injuries.
• You are not alone.