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The Department Of Veteran Affairs
The Department Of Veteran Affairs
Regional News updated 1 month ago

The Department Of Veteran Affairs

In this article we will take a look at the department of Veteran Affairs in Las Vegas Nevada, go over a brief history of their purpose and how inefficient their CRRC homes services they offer is actually doing

The VA Clinic Charleston Location

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Branch Of The Executive Department At A Cabinet Level.

The United States Department of Veteran Affairs is a Branch of the Executive Department at a cabinet level. The Cabinet in the United States, is the principal advisory board to the President. The VA, being that it is part of the Executive Branch, basically means that they are part of a branch that enforces the law of the land. The sole purpose of the Department Of Veteran Affairs is to provide lifelong healthcare to eligible Military Veterans, at either one of their one hundred and seventy locations throughout the United States. Other non healthcare benefits and assistance provided include disability compensation, vocational rehabilitation, education assistance, home loans, and life insurance. They also provide burial and memorial benefits to eligible veterans and family members, at one of their one hundred thirty five national cemeteries.

The Office of Budget, with Deputy Secretary Andrew McIlroy at the helm, supports the Department Of Veteran Affairs by managing their strategic and policy decision making, formulation, execution, analysis, justification and preparation of the VA's budget. The office also serves as the primary liaison alongside the Office of Management and the Congressional appropriations committees, to defend and promote the Department’s program plans and budget estimates. The office also coordinates closely with program officials to ensure budget requests are technically accurate, performance-based and focused on improving the Veteran experience. According to their website, The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is requesting a total of $369.3 billion in fiscal year  2025,The budget is designed to provide robust funding for what can be considered to be the Secretary’s top priorities. In the tweet posted below, we have a VA employee at the time causing a case closure on the Veteran's White house hotline complaint without resolve to protect and hide The VA's wrong doing.

A VA Employee At The Time, Advising The White House Hotline To Ignore Veteran Complaints By Closing Their Cases Rather Than Investigate


A Lawsuit Was Filed Against The Department Of Veteran Affairs Charleston's location In Las Vegas Nevada By Veteran

CRRCs provide Veterans who are homeless or at risk with a one-stop access to community-based, multiagency services, to promote permanent housing, health and mental health. Career development andtly  access to VA and non-VA benefits is also included on their agenda. The VA Clinic, the Charleston and Lamb location in particular, has been very neglectful when it comes to our Honorably discharged heroes in uniform. The VA, with such a huge budget signed by our Commander In Chief, still to this day, consisteny fail at providing much needed and well deserved services to qualifying veterans, especially in the arena of non healthcare benefits such as homeless services, employment and disability compensation. With regards to homeless services, they lack a consistent strong and determined referral service for example, at one point in time, over approximately a ten year period, veterans whom qualified for homeless services were denied their claim based on their personality not displaying signs of suicide, or giving up as explained by a Salvation Army homeless services representative yet they still receive funding from VA.

Other agencies such as US Vets, is well known to neglect their rental obligation to Veterans, creating a series of evictions making it difficult for our once heroes in uniform to find and maintain suitable housing. In Las Vegas Nevada, an eviction, especially one with an open balance can almost gurantee a denial on any rental application, forcing the Veteran, especially one with a family to be continuously at risk of being homeless. In the example below, US Vets, a referral servcie used by the VA, instead of fulfilling their rental obligations to the Veteran, they decided on a promise to pay between the Landlord and themselves, then quickly and without notice, dropped the Veteran from their program then documented on their record as a successful transition.

US Vets A Referral used By The VA, Non Payment Of Rent To A Landlord Leading To The Eviction Of A Veteran and Family


As Recent as 2023 a qualifying Veteran get denied Hud Vash benefits in retaliation for lawsuit filed

One program that every Veteran in a current housing crisis should look into especially if they are family orientated is HUDVASH. The HUD-Veterans Affairs Supportive Housing (HUD-VASH) program combines HUD’s Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) rental assistance for homeless Veterans with case management and clinical services provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). VA provides these services for participating Veterans at VA medical centers (VAMCs), community-based outreach clinics (CBOCs), through VA contractors, or through other VA designated entities.

A Hud Employee Denying A Qualifying Veteran A Housing Referral


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