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Veterans Anonymous – A Non-Profit Supporting Veterans 2018-05-29T16:04:28+00:00

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America faces a crisis of identity as we barrel onward in the longest continuous period of warfare in our nation’s history. Millions of our best and brightest have served in the armed forces, and the difficulties that face those who return should be a shame to us all. Homelessness, chronic unemployment, mental health problems, limited access to medical care and devices, poverty, and political disenfranchisement should all be experiences our veterans never face. Yet this is the reality for millions.

It’s time to change all that.

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We are working to help veterans through the following projects:

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How Tax Reform Might Affect Vets’ Retirement Savings

April 2nd, 2018|0 Comments

Just over a year into the Trump administration, there's a new tax plan in town. Although it make take a few years for the changes wrought by the GOP to take effect, early analysis of how the plan will impact veterans and their families has been trickling out since the plan was first debated.

Vet Hospital Director Replaced Amid Ratings Controversy

March 26th, 2018|0 Comments

Rating hospitals based on performance sounds like a great idea. Actually turning this goal into an actionable strategy, however, can create problems. For instance, what metrics will inspectors use to tell if the facilities are truly providing a good experience and positive health outcomes?

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Together, we are building a connected, streamlined platform of services so that every single person who has been in the military can connect to all the support they need. We envision a one-click future for our vets. Because we owe it to them to make the transition simpler. Easy access to benefits. Easy access to mental health support. Easy access for job training, loans, and other financial needs. But most important - easy access to a place that cares about them.

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