The Community Veterans Engagement Board (CVEB) enables Veterans, service members, military families, Veteran advocates, community service providers and stakeholders to have a collective voice in identifying their community goals. CVEBs work to resolve gaps in service at the local level to improve service delivery.
VA leaders are committed to actively engaging with community-based efforts that support local services and federal/state/municipal agencies that improve Veteran outcomes where they live, work and raise their families.
The CVEB of Western New York’s initiatives focus on:
- Veteran suicide, homelessness, domestic violence and MST, and addiction services.
- Access to health care, including medical health, behavioral health, and transportation.
- Education and workforce development.
- Community awareness and access to CVEB.
- Outreach to rural and female Veterans, and military families and transitioning service members.
They WNY CVEB has successfully recruited over 60 Veteran community partners and approximately 100 active members that take intentional actions to serve as advocates for Veterans and their families in the Buffalo-NY region.
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