About us page – benefits.
The Northwest Paralyzed Veterans of America have been advocating for veterans at local, state, and federal levels on all issues, according to the guidelines of the American Disability Act. The Northwest PVA mission is for these veterans to have equal quality healthcare for all members, research and education addressing spinal cord injury and disease, benefits available to all our members. As a result of their military service and civil rights of opportunity that maximize independence of members to have a better quality of life. The Northwest Chapter was founded by the guidelines of helping other veterans to the fullest of its capacity, according to the bylaws, by the founding father of Northwest PVA Jack Michaels.
About us page – benefits. Our Mission
The Northwest Paralyzed Veterans of America has been advocating for veterans at local, state, and federal levels of government on all pertinent issues in accordance with the guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The mission of NWPVA is to:
The Northwest Chapter was founded under the guiding principle of providing help to its fullest capacity for veterans with spinal cord injury or disease, as stated in our bylaws and intended by our founding father, Jack Michaels.
About us page – Activities.
The Northwest PVA has taken great pride in becoming a leader in the communities outreach programs throughout the years. The NWPVA has supported numerous outreach programs for people with disabilities of all ages. A great deal of success comes from the different activities where the chapter provides for in the communities are extremely successful. The Northwest chapter is helping build a solid foundation blocks in helping build confidence, trust, sportsmanship, teamwork, and other vital tools for veterans and others through different variety of programs. The Northwest PVA will continue to be active in the communities through member support programs in the school system in teaching people about different disabilities, peer mentoring, medical awareness, independent living skills, support groups, recreation programs, and other activities. No matter how much the Northwest chapter accomplishes through these programs. There is always more work needs to be accomplished throughout the communities.
About page – Activities. Community Outreach
NWPVA has become a leader in the development of community outreach programs throughout the years. The organization has supported numerous initiatives for disabled people of all ages, whose successful experiences in these programs have greatly benefited their lives. The Northwest Chapter is helping to build solid foundation blocks of confidence, trust, sportsmanship, teamwork, and other vital tools for veterans and others through a variety of activities. NWPVA has also been active in the school system, teaching students about different disabilities, peer mentoring, medical awareness, independent living skills, support groups, recreation programs, and other aspects of living with a disability. While the chapter has accomplished much through these programs, there remains more work to do to help and support the disabled community.
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