National Association of American Veterans, Inc.,

NAAV is committed to assisting severely wounded warriors and their families, by helping access their due benefits; improving communication and coordination between the VA, veterans, and their families; collaborating with the VA and other veterans groups, health agencies, professional organizations, and the public in support of veterans and their families; and providing training and respite, distribution of pertinent information and resources, and social networking for military caregivers.

National Association of American Veterans, Inc.,
1725 I St. NW, #300
Washington,, DC 20006
United States
(202) 465-3296

Chief Executive Officer

Constance Burns

Project Leaders

Khaleelah Hardie

Mission

NAAV is committed to assisting severely wounded warriors and their families, by helping access their due benefits; improving communication and coordination between the VA, veterans, and their families; collaborating with the VA and other veterans groups, health agencies, professional organizations, and the public in support of veterans and their families; and providing training and respite, distribution of pertinent information and resources, and social networking for military caregivers.

Programs

NAAV takes a holistic approach to veteran care by fostering emotional, physical and financial well-being for severely wounded veterans and their families through the provision of counseling services for anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, bereavement and pain management; assistance with obtaining legal, housing, and employment support to ease their transition to civilian life; and educational programs so that veterans and their families can enjoy a healthy and independent lifestyle.

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