Vets' Community Connections Research Summary

The San Diego Chamber of Commerce financed a study on behalf of Vets’ Community Connections to examine how veterans and military family members could tap the experience of a greater number of community members to make reintegration easier. The 2015 results overwhelmingly supported a role for the greater community in assisting veterans and their families… Continue reading

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Co-Founder Doug Wilson’s Radio Interview with 550 KFYI

Listen to Doug Wilson, VCC’s Co-Founder,  talk about what we can all do for our veterans and their families “between the parades.”  

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VCC Maricopa Billboard Launch!

Phoenix-area billboard campaign stresses community involvement with veterans Posted: Nov 13, 2017 2:53 AM PST Updated: Nov 13, 2017 3:36 AM PST By Shane DeGrote PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – Although Veterans Day has come and gone, Maricopa County leaders hope to keep the attention on veterans through the “Got Ten Minutes for a Vet?” billboard… Continue reading

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San Diego

Vets’ Community Connections officially launches

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Thursday – After a year-long development effort to bring more Americans into the community reintegration process for veterans and their families, San Diego County public and private sector community leaders formally launched Vets’ Community Connections (VCC) Thursday. Elected officials joined private sector and local veteran and military leaders at the 10… Continue reading

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Got 10 Minutes for a Local Military/Veteran Member?

Be a part of the VCC Network. Your involvement in our network puts “thank you for your service” into action by making that service member and their family feel welcome and connected in our community, and you have the opportunity to get to know our neighbors who served in uniform. We are looking for people… Continue reading

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San Diego

Vets’ Community Connections Research Summary

The San Diego Chamber of Commerce financed a study on behalf of Vets’ Community Connections to examine how veterans and military family members could tap the experience of a greater number of community members to make reintegration easier. The 2015 results overwhelmingly supported a role for the greater community in assisting veterans and their families… Continue reading

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Volunteering with Veterans

Watch this short video telling more about volunteering with veterans from the PsychArmor Institute.

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National

Connecting vets and communities pays double dividends

What’s a homeless veteran to do? He receives a job offer but needs eyeglasses that he can’t afford to do the work. He calls a county 2-1-1 information line, but they don’t know of a veterans’ service organization that provides free eyeglasses. Doug Wilson recounts this true story when explaining the need for a new… Continue reading

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Between The Parades

By Doug Wilson , Maurice Wilson , Kari McDonough On public holidays, Americans salute their military. This Fourth of July will be no exception. In big cities and small towns across America, families will line the streets to watch Fourth of July parades, and sports stadiums around the country will bring veterans of all ages… Continue reading

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San Diego

Shya Ellis-Flint Interview on Cox News, San Diego, CA

Charter-Cox Local Edition Host Brad Pomerance interviews Vets’ Community Connections’ Shya Ellis-Flint about the work of the organization.

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