Our nation and communities have responded by developing services for women veterans.  Unfortunately many eligible women veterans are not aware of the services and where to find them.  There can also be a long wait to received these benefits.  WSWVETS goal is to education women and help them obtain the help and services they need to resume their civilian lives with their family and friends  

 

The association of Women Supporting Women Veterans ( WSWVETS) was formed to provide a venue to disperse this information and an opportunity for women veteran fellowship. The WSWVETS association consists of women from all walks of life. Some have served in the military; some have family members who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country and others are citizens who support and honor the servicemen and women and want to help.

 

Many courageous women have served  in the United States military.  There are more women veterans that have seen and experienced combat than ever before.  Many have returned home and to civilian life with scars from the war; some are plysical, others emotional.

 

 

 

WSWVETS MEETING FOR APRIL 14 DISCUSSION ON EAGALA EQUINE ASSISTED THERAPY FOR PTSD

 

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  • The Department of Veterans Affairs launched today an online GI Bill® Comparison Tool to make it easier for Veterans, Servicemembers and dependents to calculate their Post-9/11 GI Bill benefits and learn more about VA's approved colleges, universities and other education and training programs across the country.


  • COLA Penalty Removed for Most: Thanks in large part to VFW's grassroots advocates for bombarding their congressional offices with tens of thousands of phone calls and e-mails, Congress overwhelmingly passed legislation this week to eliminate the controversial one-percent COLA penalty on working-age military retirees.http://www.vfw.org/News-and-Events/Articles/2014-Articles/VFW-STATEMENT-ON-MILITARY-RETIREE-COLA-VOTE/

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