The United Veterans Council of San Diego County
3245 University Ave Suite 1-227
San Diego CA 92104
JULY 30 9:30 – 11:30 General Session AGENDA HIGHLIGHTS.
“Congresswoman Susan Davis Visits UVC: Attend This Saturday For Updates on National Programs and Civic Issues! Open To The Public.”
“VA San Diego Healthcare Director presentation VA Healthcare report with improvements and expansions updates.”
“VA San Diego Regional Office Director presentation: VA Benefits / Claims progress report with status of claims completions updates.”
“VA Director of Miramar & Ft. Rosecrans National Cemeteries report.”
UVC: Voice Of Our Veterans
The UVC Monthly General Session is an assembly of UVC Members and any persons attending with interest in helping Veterans. The U.S. Dept of Veterans Affairs’ “Community Advocacy Board” Recurring Public Meeting is included in a monthly segment of the UVC Agenda.
Veterans’ Services & Resources at easy reach at Search Directory to the right:
Veterans Crisis Line 800-273-8255 & Press 1.
Chat online http://www.VeteransCrisisLine.net . Send a text message to 838255.
Active Duty Service members and their families and friends can call & text the Veterans Crisis Line & can chat online at http://www.militarycrisisline.net/
2016 General Sessions: AUG 27 9:30-11:30. SEP 24 9:30-11:30. OCT 22 9:30-11:30. NOV 26 9:30-11:30. Monthly General Session meetings are open to everyone with interest in helping Veterans and their families, including Veterans, elected officials, media and press, and the public: The Veterans Museum At Balboa Park (VMBP) 2115 Park Blvd, San Diego; parking entrance at ‘Presidents Way’ and ‘Park Blvd’. UVC Membership Requests and Contributions Are Welcome! Contact requests and inquiries may be sent to UVCNews@gmail.com
The United Veterans Council of San Diego County, “Voice of Our Veterans”, is an alliance of Veterans and over 200 organizations that are either Congressionally Chartered Veterans Service Organizations or providers of services and support to Veterans.
The UVC is a forum for sharing information and raising ideas that can lead to the betterment of the Veteran community, and is a unified Veterans’ Voice of Advocacy on legislation, policies, and practices affecting San Diego County Veterans and their families. UVC is open and inclusive, and its Members and Member Organizations enjoy the opportunity to share the works and rewards of the UVC, without obligation to accept any formal responsibility or allegiance.