MOBILE VET CENTER STOPS HERE FEB. 10

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MOBILE VET CENTER STOPS HERE FEB. 10

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Posted on February 5, 2015

Mobile Vet Center
1:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Feb. 10
Third Street (near the Natali Student Center)

Military veterans and their families may visit a Mobile Vet Center when it makes a campus stop Feb. 10. 

Mobile centers operated by the Department of Veterans Affairs’ Readjustment Counseling Services are among the VA’s premier front-line resources for reaching veterans, especially in rural settings.

The centers provide nonmedical counseling and outreach to military veterans and their families, focusing primarily on social and economic issues. 

At the mobile center, veterans can file claims for service-related illnesses or injuries, apply for VA pensions, or learn about benefits for dependents or survivors.

The center also provides information about:

  • Individual or group counseling.
  • Military sexual trauma.
  • Marriage and family counseling.
  • Community education.

The Mobile Vet Center welcomes veterans from Cal U and from the surrounding community.

Learn more

For more information, contact Robert Prah, director of Veterans Affairs, at prah@calu.edu or 724-938-4076. Or visit the Veterans Center in Manderino Library, Room 317.