National Disabled Veterans Association is a Voice for Our Disabled Veterans

What is the National Disabled Veterans Association?

The National Disabled Veterans Association (DVNF) is an advocate for disabled veterans and their families, including women, homeless vets, disabled vets, and those with psychological traumas and invisible wounds such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and brain injuries. 

The National Disabled Veterans Association offers a variety of services

The DVNF offers vocation training, help finding a job and assistance with the difficult transition from military careers to civilian ones.

The Disabled Veterans National Foundation is nonprofit founded in 2007 by a group of women veterans who wanted to help those returning home from military campaigns abroad who are burdened by physical and psychological wounds sustained during service to their country. DVNF has helped over 80,000 Veterans and donated over $8.6 million in goods and services in 2011.

For more information, visit the National Disabled Veterans Association website or give our offices a call at (888) 959-9908.

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