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New flag at Calumet Park Cemetery in Merrillville....

What is 20′ x 30′ and flies 80 feet in the sky?  Answer, the new flag flying over the entrance to Calumet Park Cemetery … 80 foot flagpole and huge flag … we salute all Americans!  90 more words

Calumet Park Funeral Chapel In Merrillville Indiana

#TuesdayTips: Veterans' Benefits

As Memorial Day approaches, I am reminded of the sacrifices our Veterans have made so we, the people, can retain our freedoms.  Many of these veterans require some form of long-term care; yet, very few are aware of the benefits that may be available to help them pay for that care. 420 more words

Salt Lake City VA chief of staff responds to reports of messy, unsanitary room conditions

SALT LAKE CITY – On Monday afternoon the Salt Lake City VA Chief of Staff Karen Gribbin, M.D., apologized for the condition of a veteran’s room that was… 285 more words


Your Comprehensive Guide to California Veterans Benefits

Are you curious about veteran benefits? Well, we have answers.

Whether you’re looking for healthcare benefits, a CalVet home loan or assistance finding employment, our comprehensive  258 more words



I’ve heard a lot of discussion, for and against, government forms of support – Medicaid, SNAP, housing, etc. Most of the comments seem to focus on who should or shouldn’t receive the help – but none of those making the comments fit what I would see as “qualified experts”; which to me is individuals who have worked in these spaces or are experts on the benefits themselves. 555 more words


Get ready, get hired: Join CalVet at our next women veterans benefits and employment workshop

“Graciela had a great presentation.”

“Excellent workshop. I’ll be sharing it with my friends.”

The feedback from the first of many women veterans employment benefits workshops has been stellar. 428 more words


Nevada Veteran Advocate Workshop - Las vega

I attended the Nevada Veteran Advocate Workshop here in Las Vegas at the Sunset Station Hotel & Casino April 7 & 8 2018.  After the second I and others received the Certificate of Completion but I still need to complete 8 more online modules to become an official Nevada Veteran Advocate (NVA), where I would be certified to advocate for veterans in their search for benefits as well as claims.