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Associates of Vietnam Veterans of America (AVVA)

is a national, nonprofit Membership and Service Organization dedicated to advancing the awareness of issues affecting Vietnam Veterans, their families, and their communities. Over the years, we have evolved into an organization that has become cognizant and responsive to the problems affecting all Veterans. And we are your local Chapter in Martinsburg WV.

AVVA is the extended family of VVA.

We are made up of Veterans of all eras, familes and friends of Veterans, and all persons who support Veterans’ issues.
AVVA is a catalyst for action, healing, reconciliation, mutual support, and fellowship. With more than 8,000 members, we are a thriving and strong organization.
AVVA Chapter 1074 is located in Martinsburg WV and works with VVA Chapter 1074

IF YOU HAVE EVER THOUGHT ABOUT SUICIDE

or know someone who has, please take the time to read this pamphlet. If you are a veteran in crisis and need help right now, call this toll-free number, available 24 hours a day,
7 days a week:

 1-800-273-8255

Meetings

Our next meeting will be held Saturday, October, 14 at 11: am.

Location: 630 Winchester Ave., Martinsburg WV 25401

Conference Room

PTSD support group rules

Guidelines   Everyone who wishes to share has an opportunity to do so. No one person should monopolize the group time. One person speaks at a...

VVA National President John Rowan will testify before a joint session of the House and Senate Veterans Affairs Committees

Vietnam Veterans of America March 6, 2017 On Thursday, March 9, 2017, VVA National President John Rowan will testify before a joint session of the...

Sleep Apnea Sample Letter

Any Vet Denied Sleep Apnea and had sleep study and got issued by VA ONLY here is a sample letter to send to the VA. Be sure you have your full name...

Inclusion of Fairness for Veterans Provision in the NDAA

Vietnam Veterans of America Applauds Inclusion of Fairness for Veterans Provision in the NDAA (Washington, D.C.)– “We are heartened to learn that...

Unemployability

A Veteran may be considered as unemployable upon termination of employment which was provided on account of disability, or in which special consideration was given on account of the same, when it is satisfactorily shown that he or she is unable to secure further employment.