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Too often we hear stories like this.  The solution is to encourage the VA to do what it does well and find private sector solutions for what they do poorly.

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Will President Trump keep his campaign promise to Overhaul the Department of Veteran Affairs?

We listen – We fight for our members

We are committed to influencing the narrative that affects our veteran community

Just a few of the problems we face:

32% experienced more than 4 years of family separation since 9/11

41% of service members are reluctant to seek mental health help

66% of military families are unable to find the childcare they need

The issues are many, the job is immense.  The VABA is here to fix.

Everyday heroes Making a Difference

These are the people who are making a difference in their communities.

Alexandra Millet

Alexandra Millet At the tender age of 14, Alexandra Millet resolved to find a career where she could help people with disabilities. While volunteering…

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William Herron

Even from an outsider’s perspective, it doesn’t take long to identify a central focus in William Herron’s life — service…

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Businesses In Our Community

These are the businesses who are making a difference in their communities.

Veterans Miracle Center

The Veterans Miracle Center gives opportunities for veterans to shop for supplies like clothing, hygiene products and household supplies free of charge for veterans.

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Sword & Plough

They turn military surplus items into a variety of products for women and men.

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Tyson Foods

The program guarantees soldiers a job interview and possible employment after their service in the army.

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TESTIMONIALS

“I ended up calling the VA and getting the run around and, a crisis line… I was just in a really bad place. But, all I really needed was  somebody to talk to.”
Tim Gutherie

“It’s worse than sad. There are so many people that want to help. But the Vets that need it the most – don’t even know that there’s somebody there – right there – right around the corner who would do just about anything to help. They just don’t know each other are there. The VABA gets that- and they’re fixing that. That’s what I love about this.”
Edna Jackson

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