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Easterseals Massachusetts provides essential programs and services to children and adults with disabilities throughout the state. Their mission is to ensure that children and adults with disabilities have equal opportunities to live, learn, work and play.
Statewide Advocacy for Veterans' Empowerment (SAVE) acts as a liaison between veterans and their families and the various agencies within the federal and state governments. The fundamental principle of the SAVE program is to advocate for veterans...
Veteran's Employment Representatives develop job and training opportunities for veterans, with special emphasis on veterans with service-connected disabilities.
Home Base conducts intensive therapeutic workshops for former service members and their families, free of charge. They have world class physicians, therapists, nutritionists, and exercise physiologists to help veterans heal from the invisible wounds of war.
Unique to Massachusetts, this veterans service provides agents from each town to assist with individual claims for disability with the VA and accessing resources available to veterans in need. Check your town's webpage to contact your local agent.
It’s crucial to have a specially trained veterans service officer (VSO) from the organization of your choice to help you win your service-connected disability claim with the VA. The DAV provides info and assistance to veterans to pursue a Gulf War-related claim.
All veterans of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts may be eligible to receive a one-time financial bonus up to $500 for their service in the Persian Gulf War.
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Published by a Gulf War veteran with GWI, the aim of 91outcomes.com is to provide fellow veterans, caregivers, advocates, and loved ones with a credible source of health information on GWI, all in one place, some of which isn't available anywhere else.
Accredited American Legion service officers are specially trained to provide expert assistance, free of charge, to veterans and their families.
Dr. Nancy Klimas explains what veterans with Gulf War Illness should be aware of as we fight the coronavirus pandemic.
Facebook group for people affected by Illnesses related to the 1991 Persian Gulf War. Our goal is to help and support each other and to help new members seeking assistance or information regarding Gulf War Illnesses.
This is YOUR page!!! It is a closed group, meaning only members can see posts. You are likely here because you have been affected by Gulf War Illness or know someone who has been. We only ask that you be respectful in your posting and conversations.
This is the Facebook page for the Gulf War Illness Research Consortium centered in Boston, MA and led by Dr. Kimberly Sullivan of Boston University.
The Gulf War Illness Research Program funds state-of-the-art research into treatments for GWI. The research landscape provides a perspective on the current state of our fight against GWI.
We are among the most successful Veterans' Organizations in the United States advocating for veterans affected by Gulf War Illness (GWI). Our work has been critical in establishing the rights, treatments, and benefits which these veterans have access to now.
VA has implemented an aggressive public health response to protect and care for Veterans, their families, health care providers, and staff in the face of this emerging health risk. Get latest updates, data, and procedure for clinical evaluation.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States is a nonprofit veterans service organization composed of eligible veterans and military service members from the active, guard and reserve forces. Use this tool to find a post local to where you live.
Vietnam Veterans of America is expanding services to Gulf War veterans. Service Officers are recognized by the VA as being allowed to represent claimants seeking benefits before the various levels of the VA.
Environmental exposure assessments and medical evaluations for veterans who have chronic medically unexplained symptoms that may be related to deployment. The WRIISC has helped 100s of Gulf War veterans get diagnoses and potential treatments.
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