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Bridging the Military-Civilian Divide

Partners

Veterans Coming Home is developed in partnership with national organizations that serve both veteran and civilian constituencies and share common values of service and citizenship. These partnerships , together with the connections of local PBS stations nationwide, create an authentic grassroots campaign like few others.

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Make the Connection
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USC School Social Work
Veterans Crisis Line

Local Partners

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Art2Action Inc.

Art2Action collaborates with partners like the Tampa VA and Sacred Grounds Coffee House to support veteran recovery and reintegration through the arts. The non-profit organization offers on-going drama workshops at the VA Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Recovery Center, a recovery center of the James A. Haley Veterans Hospital, and is co-host a monthly Veterans Community Open Mic at Sacred Grounds Coffee House in Tampa.

Learn more at http://art2action.org/veterans-in-tampa/


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Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs

The Florida Department of Veterans’ Affairs as a separate agency charged with providing advocacy and representation for Florida’s veterans and to intercede on their behalf with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.  Our advocacy increases federal benefits for Florida’s veterans, improves the quality of life for veterans with service-connected disabilities, and provides access to federally funded medical care for eligible veterans.

Learn more at http://floridavets.org/


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The Patterson Foundation Veterans Legacy Summit

The Veterans Legacy Summit is a multi-day conference, hosted by The Patterson Foundation,  to unite our nation’s leaders as they focus on creating meaningful cross-sector connections benefiting veterans and their families. Held in Sarasota, Florida Nov. 14-15, leaders from government, military, philanthropy and national veterans organizations will come together to share ideas, learn about unique partnerships, such as Patriot Plaza, challenge assumptions and push boundaries to honor our nation’s heroes. You can find more information online.

Learn more at http://blog.thepattersonfoundation.org/join-us-veterans-legacy-summit-nov-14-15/


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USF Student Veterans Association

The USF Student Veterans Association (SVA) is an organization devoted to serving veterans and their families.  Formed in January 2009, the SVA is an independent student run organization that collaborates with the Office of Veterans Services, the Veteran Research and Reintegration Steering Committee, and USF faculty, staff, and student focused organizations.  The SVA fosters social and physical activities, academic success, and professional development of student veterans.

Learn more at http://www.usf.edu/student-affairs/veterans/resources/student-veterans-association.aspx