The Disabled American Veterans Charitable Service Trust


: Disabilities


The Trust supports physical and psychological rehabilitation programs aimed at some of America’s most profoundly disabled veterans; meets the special needs of veterans with specific disabilities such as amputation and blindness; and aids and shelters homeless veterans. Key programs include helping to maintain a volunteer-operated transportation network providing rides to sick and disabled veterans needing transportation to and from VA medical centers for treatment and supporting significant therapeutic initiatives. Other programs include providing food and shelter and connecting homeless and needy veterans to essential medical care, VA benefits counseling and job training and bringing hope to the forgotten and suffering families of disabled veterans. An application form is available on the Web site and the Trust asks applicants to submit seven copies of it.

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