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"SGT. BROWNS' VETERANS' and MILITARY for Philadelphia, and surrounding States with Disable Veterans'". 





Biographical Information of Mr. Brown:

Mr. Charles H. Brown: Born in South Carolina in 1952. He assumed the responsibility as the Adjutant for the E.C.Thomas D.A.V. Chapter in Philadelphia, PA June,1999-2001. He was a National Disable Veterans Affairs Volunteer Services-Deputy Representative for
 the (PVAMC) located in Philadelphia,PA for this Chapter from 1999-2004. 

He is a life DAV Member Army Veteran of 14 and 1/2 years and joined this chapter # 101 in the summer of 1996, He devotes his time for the veterans and their dependents. SGT. Brown is a Disable Veteran and has been Certified as a Service Officer in November 2007.

VETERANS INFORMATION SITE.

In this D.A.V. Communication Site we try and give the best reliable up-to-date information out there for you, the Veteran and his-her Dependents. This information comes from, the Department of Veterans Affairs in (Washington, D.C.),Veterans Affairs Committees, Veterans D.A.V.Chapters, AML, EPV, AM VETS,VFW,PH'S,VIETNAM VETS, BVA, Stars and Stripes, and your Local NAACP Armed Services and Veterans' Affairs Committee.

Welcome all Active Military, Veterans and your Family Members.

About:The Disable American Veterans'.

Every day a Soldier is Discharged from the U.S. Military. This solider and his/her family will need the help of one or more veterans Service Officer.
This site is for all of us veterans' who needs support of these Service Officers.
About The Disable American Veterans Organization. Works today to ensure that All American Veterans and their dependents are not denied benefits, and helps the veteran with their clams,that they are effectively processed.
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Key responsibilities:
a.)To ensure the veterans community gets the current news about all benefits due to them and their dependents.b.)To assist the veterans and active duty members who needs help with their claims and other benefits.

Favorite Links:
www.dav.org
www.va.gov
www.military.com
http://www1.explorersearchtool.net

Contact Information:
E-mail address:
cb5935@comcast.net

DAV SERVICE OFFICE PHONE: 215-823-5800 Ext=2080.
38th and Woodland, Ave, Philadelphia, PA. VA Medical Center, 8th floor.


Current Projects:
Sending letters and e-mails to Washington DC to the elected officials on Veterans Benefits.

 Posting new changes for Veterans and their families, and to get more involved in the fight for all veterans and their families. 

Department of VA Medical Facilities Note: 
Patients should call the telephone numbers listed with the VA Centers to which you obtain your appointment for the clinic hours of operation for specialties served before leaving your Home.

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The following Symbols Indicate that some (VA Medical Centers) have additional programs that are available at these Medical Centers with the following Symbols <=> ( * ) 
for Nursing-Home care units;  (#) for Domiciliary only.  

This Symbol means the Center can be reached in less than (1 1/2-Hours) = ( % ) and this symbol (@) when there are two or more Care Centers on Site in the same area.

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These are your Department of VA Benefits Centers located in the State of Pennsylvania:

(First), VA Medical Centers;
 followed by VA Medical Clinics, 
VA Regional Offices, 
VA Benefits Office, 
VA Vet Centers 
VA National and State VA Cemeteries.

(Second), The Department of Veterans Affairs of the United States and it's Territories are, The Philippines, and Puerto Rico.

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On the next pages, you will find more information for the Veterans', their Dependents, the Active Military, NG & Reservist, and Coast Guards.

The information on these will change from time to time, to ensure that the best information is at hand.
. Penn vets web ;http://www.networkofcare.org/splash.aspx?state=Pennsylvania

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    Veteran's Benefits Explained
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    In addition to the pensions and benefits to which you may be entitled because of both public and private employment, you may also be eligible for certain benefits based on your military service. The following is a summary of veteran's benefits and what you need to know about them:

    Major Veteran Benefit Programs The Department of Veterans Administration operates a number of programs providing financial, medical and other assistance to veterans. For Americans who received an honorable or general discharge, there are 4 major benefit programs:

    There are also benefit programs concerning:
    • Housing and Home Loan Guarantees
    • Job Training
    • Small Businesses and business loans (Through Small Business Administration)
    • Counseling
    • Burials and Memorials
    • Franchise Opportunities (Vet Fran)
    • PTSD Support (National Center for PTSD Website)
    • http://explore.va.gov
    • http://www.networkofcare.org/splash.aspx?state=Pennsylvania

    PTSD Support Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is a disorder that occurs after a life-threatening event, such as personal assault, natural disaster, or military combat. The affects of PTSD can be debilitating with symptoms ranging from severe nightmares and flashbacks to insomnia and increasing social isolation. It is common for servicemembers to deal with post-combat depression, insomnia, nightmares and family issues; however, it's the duration and intensity that differentiates PTSD.

     Each military branch has programs for its servicemembers, and the Department of Veterans Affairs offers free counseling sessions. For more information on PTSD or VA assistance, go to the .Important Documents:If you are applying for a VA benefit for the first time you must submit a copy of your service discharge form (DD-214, DD-215, or for WWII veterans, a WD form), which documents your service dates and type of discharge, or give your full name, military service number, branch and dates of service.



     
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