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(SSVF) Program Update Friday, July 31st, 2020

From: Supportive Services for Veteran Families Date: July 31, 2020 at 1:27:37 PM EDT Subject: SSVF Program Update Friday, July 31st, 2020  Topics: 1.    SAVE THE DATE:  SSVF National Webinar: August 13, 2020 2:00 PM EST – Health Care Navigators 2.    ATTENTION:  SSVF Grantee COVID-19 Resources 3.    IMPORTANT:  SSVF & HUD-VASH Program Collaborations SAVE THE DATE:  SSVF National Webinar: August 13, 2:00 PM ET – Health Care Navigators On July 16, 2020, VA announced an additional $400M in additional CARES supplemental funding for the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Program. A portion of these funds will support each grantee in employing designated Health Care Navigators to work with VA Medical Center staff, to ensure appropriate care coordination for Veterans in need of appointments at local VAMC. These navigators will work with designated VA points of contact and VA primary care teams when indicated to establish regular case confere

(VA) Most UNDERUSED State Veterans Benefits & Alaska Native Veteran Land Claims

#VetResources  - for Veterans, their Families, Caregivers and Survivors SIGN UP  |  VIEW/SHARE VA coronavirus  updates | chatbot |  app |  weekly report VNN :  Keep Fit with this Full Body Home Exercise Routine Instagram:  VA's Donors and Volunteers Unite to Support Food-Insecure Veterans Alaska Native Veterans Program Land Claim Eligibility The Alaska Native Veterans Program of 2019 allows Alaska Native Veterans who served in the Vietnam era, or an heir of theirs , to claim between 2.5 and 160 acres of land in Alaska. Join a panel of representatives from VA and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) for details on the program. LEARN MORE LISTEN Most Underused Veterans State Benefits Are you using all the Veterans benefits  available in your state? State representatives share some of the most underused benefits available to Veterans.  Find local benefits available to you, in alphabetical order by

(NAEH) TODAY! Urge Sen. Van Hollen on Homelessness Funds

    The Senate has been in session for nearly two weeks to discuss the COVID relief package, with little progress to show for itself. During this time, the pandemic has worsened and the economy has crashed. Millions remain jobless. More Americans are sick with COVID than ever before. We need action from Washington - especially from Senator Van Hollen - to protect the most vulnerable. Now is the time to demand that the Senate act with urgency. We need meaningful relief, especially homeless assistance for people living on the streets and emergency rental assistance for millions more who cannot afford the rent. Yet Washington remains at a stalemate. As the Senate considers new legislation on the COVID pandemic, they need to hear from us. I'm writing to ask you to contact Sen. Van Hollen about homelessness , urging the Senate

(CSH) ADA at 30: The Unmet Promises