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Please make your check out to VVA Chapter 975 and mail to: VVA 975, PO Box 184, Kingman, Arizona 86402
AVVA Membership Membership in the Associates of Vietnam Veterans of America is open to everyone. Our members include spouses, parents, children, neighbors and friends of Vietnam veterans as well as ALL veterans. Veterans who served during the Vietnam era (February 28, 1961 to May 7, 1975) may choose to join as non-voting members. Prior to 1999 the Associates of Vietnam Veterans of America was a subgroup of Vietnam Veterans of America. In January 1999 the Associates of Vietnam Veterans of America was incorporated as an independent membership and service organization. The Associates of Vietnam Veterans of America is organized as a not for profit organization and is tax exempt under Section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Service Code. Joining is easy. Just go to the VVA Membership Page and download the application and complete. Enter 975 under state/chapter and mail to the address on the application or to VVA Chapter 975, P.O. Box 184, Kingman, Arizona 86402.
Monthly meetings are rotated between Bullhead City, Kingman, and Lake Havasu City.
Meetings are the 4th Thursday of every month except November and December, when the meetings are moved up a week because of the holidays. Meetings start at 6 p.m.
(This was formerly the VA Clinic building).The next meeting held in Kingman for 2017 will be on the November 16 at 6:00 PM due to the Thanksgiving holiday.
LAKE HAVASU CITY:
VSO Reports coming soon!
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
For many Veterans, memories of their wartime experiences can still be upsetting long after they served in combat. If you are an older Veteran, you may have served many years ago, but your military experience can still affect your life today.
Traumatic Brain Injury
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) may occur anytime the head is shaken or hit, causing “concussion” or “closed head injury”. Unfortunately, TBI has become a “signature wound” of the current conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.
How do I know if I am suicidal?
Have you been thinking that you would be better off dead? Do you wish you could go to sleep and not wake up? Perhaps you have been planning how you would end your life or making preparations for when you’re not here.
The VA is committed to ending homelessness among veterans.
Veterans who are homeless or at imminent risk of becoming homeless can call or visit their local VA Medical Center or Community Resource and Referral Center where VA staff are ready to help.