VETERANS VIDEO PROGRAM
Q: Who is this website for?
A: Our website is a resource for veterans, their families, and supportive communities who are looking for information and resources related to veteran concerns.
Q: What kind of resources do you offer?
A: We provide a variety of resources, including job opportunities, healthcare resources, and information on veteran benefits and programs.
Q: How do I know if a resource is up-to-date?
A: We strive to keep all of our resources as up-to-date as possible. However, if you come across a resource that seems out-of-date, please let us know so we can update it.
Q: Can I suggest a new resource to be added to the website?
A: Yes, please! We welcome any suggestions for new resources that could be helpful for veterans and their families.
Q: Is there a fee to use this website?
A: No, our website is completely free to use.
Q: Can I get in touch with someone for more personalized support?
A: You can send a message to us on the Chat at the bottom right of the screen.
Q: Is my personal information safe on this website?
A: We take the privacy and security of our users very seriously. We do not collect or store any personal information on our website, and we use secure encryption methods to protect any data that is transmitted through our site.
Q: How does your charity help veterans with grievances against the VA?
A: Our charity produces videos of veterans sharing their experiences and grievances which raise awareness and advocate for change. Our goal is to ensure that veterans receive the benefits and care they deserve.
Q: I have a grievance with the VA. How can I voice my concerns?
A: There are various ways to voice your concerns and grievances with the VA. You can file a complaint with the VA Patient Advocate, contact your elected representatives, or seek legal assistance. Additionally, some organizations like the Veterans National Recovery Center, (VNRC) offer a video program where veterans can share their stories and concerns, which are delivered to the VA, Congressional representatives, and/or other administrative authorities on their behalf.
Q: How can I participate in VNRC's video program?
A: To participate in VNRC's video program, contact the organization directly or visit their website for more information. You will typically need to provide some basic information about your situation and sign a release form allowing your video to be shared with appropriate departments.
Q: Will my video be kept confidential?
A: Your video may be shared appropriately, with your advisement. We will take measures to protect your privacy and only share information that you have authorized. You can also discuss any concerns about confidentiality with VNRC before participating in the program. VNRC may also ask permission to use your modified video for educational and fundraising purposes with your permission.
Q: Will VNRC's video program guarantee that my concerns will be addressed by the VA or other appropriate departments?
A: While the VNRC's video program is intended to raise awareness and advocate for veterans' concerns, it cannot guarantee that your specific concerns will be addressed by the VA. However, sharing your story through the program may help raise awareness and lead to changes in VA policies or procedures, either through the VA or by Congressional influence.