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10:00 am Hiring Our Heroes Employment Wor... @ Jacksonville Commons Complex Gymnasium
Hiring Our Heroes Employment Wor... @ Jacksonville Commons Complex Gymnasium
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Dec 3 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Trauma-Informed Care for Veterans Experiencing Homelessness Starting November 12, the National Center on Family Homelessness will be hosting a free, 4-part webinar series that addresses the impact of trauma on Veterans and highlights trauma-informed care as an organization-wide approach to understanding and responding to trauma. The series includes: November 12 – Trauma-Informed Care: An Organizational Approach to Serving Veterans November 19 – Building a Trauma-Informed Organization December 3 – Lessons from the Field: Adopting Trauma-Informed Care – Register December 10[...]
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Dec 10 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
  Trauma-Informed Care for Veterans Experiencing Homelessness Starting November 12, the National Center on Family Homelessness will be hosting a free, 4-part webinar series that addresses the impact of trauma on Veterans and highlights trauma-informed care as an organization-wide approach to understanding and responding to trauma. The series includes: November 12 – Trauma-Informed Care: An Organizational Approach to Serving Veterans November 19 – Building a Trauma-Informed Organization December 3 – Lessons from the Field: Adopting Trauma-Informed Care December 10 –[...]
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2:00 pm January Governor’s Workgroup Mee... @ NCNG Headquarters
January Governor’s Workgroup Mee... @ NCNG Headquarters
Jan 14 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Meeting theme: VA Leadership This meeting will take place in the Emergency Management Situation Room. Registration is not yet open for this meeting. Information to be posted soon.

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Governor's Working Group on Veterans Service Members, and their Families
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Deputy Director of the North Carolina Division of Veterans Affairs Speaks to NC Medical Society

Deputy Director of the North Carolina Division of Veterans Affairs Speaks to NC Medical Society On November 12, Glenn Batten, Deputy Director of the North Carolina Division of Veterans Affairs, participated in a panel, Quality Care for Veterans, at the annual meeting of the North Carolina Medical Society. He outlined resources available for veterans throughout the state and encouraged doctors and their veteran patients to call 844-NC4-VETS if they have questions or to visit their website.

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Veterans Treatment Courts in North Carolina

North Carolina is joining other states in establishing veterans treatment courts. The purpose of these courts is to divert veterans from the traditional criminal justice system and link them with programs, benefits, and services they have earned. On November 12, the first veterans treatment court in North Carolina celebrated its first anniversary by graduating six veterans in Harnett County. The next day Gov. McCrory was on hand to celebrate the opening of the second veterans treatment court in Cumberland County. […]

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NC4Vets Resource Guide

Just launched – NC4Vets Resource Guide for Veterans, their Dependents and Survivors. Includes information on employment, healthcare, VA benefits, housing personal services, and education. View the Resource Guide

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Veterans Day Free Meals

NC restaurants and retailers are offering free meals and other discounts to service members, veterans, and their spouses on Veterans Day, November 11. Click here to obtain a list of the Veterans Day Free Meals 2014.

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Governor Announces Appointment

Governor Announces Appointment of General Cornell Wilson to the Advisory Committee for Minority Veterans of the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) The VA recently appointed General Wilson, the Governor’s Military Affairs Advisor (and Chair of the Governor’s Working Group) to the Advisory Committee for Minority Affairs. The purpose of the Advisory Committee is to advise the Secretary and Congress about benefits and provisions of healthcare and services to minority Veteran. Read more

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Presidential Proclamation

Obama Designates November as Military Family Month October 31 – President Barack Obama today signed a proclamation declaring November as Military Family Month. Click here for the full text of the proclamation.

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Governor Announces Extension of Veteran CDL Training Courses

On October 10, Governor McCrory announced the extension of a military truck driving training program, a joint venture of Johnston County Community College, Fayetteville Technical Community College, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, and Fort Bragg. Established in November 2013, 76 former service members have graduated with their commercial driver license certification from one of six sessions. Each session consists of an 8-week program of didactic learning and driving instruction. Two more sessions will be added, and organizers are seeking […]

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FTCC Ranks 2nd in 2015 Best Career and Technical Colleges

Fayetteville Tech Community College (FTCC) Ranks 2nd in 2015 Best Career and Technical Colleges According to a recent survey, FTCC ranked second and Edgecomb Community College ranked 14th in national rankings based on culture, student support, academic policies, academic quality and financial considerations. A copy of the article can be found here, with a list of the top 36 ranked career, technical, and community colleges here.  

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Report: State needs task force on veterans

A recent report from the General Assembly’s Program Evaluation Division calls on state lawmakers to create a task force for veterans, service members, and their families and for the task force to draft and implement a five-year strategic plan. The report comes on the heels of Executive Order 49, which Governor McCrory signed in April. It created a veterans working group with a goal of “making North Carolina the state of choice for veterans”, in part by fostering collaboration between […]

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VA Awards SSVF Surge Funding

VA Awards SSVF Surge Funding to 6 NC Communities and HUD-VASH Vouchers 9 NC Housing Authorities On September 30, the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced additional surge funding to existing participants in the Supportive Services for Veterans and their Families (SSVF) program. Six grants were awarded to agencies in NC: Asheville Buncombe Community Christian Ministry serves approximately 300 participant households in twenty-six counties in western North Carolina. Community Link Programs of Travelers Aid Society of Central Carolinas, Inc. […]

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