November 14th from 12-2 pm the NCVRC will be at AIMS Community College for the mental health fair. Stop by our booth to learn more about us!
Every Thursday from 11-4 pm a Veteran Affairs Transition Care Coordinator is on site to assist with VA related issues. Call to make an appointment or stop in between those times to meet with him!
January 23rd we will be having a Chili Cook off to support the NCVRC in collaboration with Sponsoring Organizations. To register as a competitor please email or give us a call.
Time and location will be announced soon!
Volunteers of America Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) Program is on sight. VOA specializes in helping Veterans find housing when they are near eviction or homeless.
Provide acupuncture, Craniosacral Therapy and healing touch! First 6 sessions are free and after you can ask for a referral from your Veteran Affairs Health Care provider! Visit their site here!
It is our belief that every Veteran and family members deserve to be employed once they end their time sacrificing for our Nation.
Employment classes, resume building, and an employment specialist will be on site to help in this area.
We are also partnering with local Employers in order to streamline the hiring process.
Classes provided to Veterans on various topics. Veteran families will also have courses available to understand their Veteran or Service Member when they return home. These classes will help Veterans and their families to be successful in transitioning from the Military or off of the streets. There are also classes for all Veterans on how to use specific tools to access benefits, and other new programs that are used today.
We are stronger when we work and come together as a community.
Many different Organizations will be inside the NCVRC on certain days and times. Once those are confirmed we will post them on our calendar tab.