In a recent internal move, AMVETS promoted Bunmi Moses to head all programs at the national level for the organization.
Moses officially joined AMVETS in March 2019 as Senior Development Associate. In her first year on the job, her work directly led to dramatic expansion of the organization’s reach nationwide … Read More »
WASHINGTON D.C., June 17, 2020 – AMVETS expressed optimism in efforts to curb veteran and family member suicide after President Trump presented The President’s Roadmap to Empower Veterans and End the National Tragedy of Suicide (PREVENTS) Roadmap at the White House today. The Roadmap is the culmination of a year-long … Read More »
Joint Statement From AMVETS National Advocacy Leadership Regarding Vandalism Veteran Affairs Facilities, D.C. Memorials, and the State of our Nation
Joint Statement From AMVETS National Advocacy Leadership Regarding Vandalism Veteran Affairs Facilities, D.C. Memorials, and the State of … Read More »
WASHINGTON D.C., May 27, 2020 – First, I would like to thank the city of Arlington and Washington D.C. for their accommodations in helping AMVETS create a small, social-distant observance this past Memorial Day Weekend. I’d also like to thank all who rode in D.C. and showed respect and … Read More »
Congressional Inaction, Support of the Status Quo, Will Cost Veterans Lives
AMVETS NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS, May 20, 2020 – Numerous experts are predicting a mental health care crisis emerging as a result of COVID-19.
“We were already amidst a mental health care and suicide crisis prior to COVID-19, and nothing … Read More »
For Immediate Release
AMVETS National Convention Canceled Due to COVID-19
LANHAM, Md. (May 11, 2020) – The United States’ most inclusive veterans service organization, which represents the interests of 18 million-plus American Veterans, has canceled its 76th National Convention.
With its members’ safety and well-being in mind, AMVETS (American … Read More »
For Immediate Release
WASHINGTON D.C. – Military Hire and AMVETS announce a partnership of their organizations in multiple efforts to support veteran transitions to civilian life. The first major initiative between the organizations is a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) program intended to train female veterans in the area … Read More »
WASHINGTON D.C. – For 32 years every Memorial Day, action has been taken to raise awareness for the critical issues facing our nation’s veterans. In 2020, we will continue the tradition through the Rolling to Remember Challenge.
As always, the health and safety of our riders and the veteran community … Read More »
AMVETS NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS – AMVETS (American Veterans) and TruGenomix, a veteran-owned precision behavioral health company is the first company to offer a clinical decision support tool to help identify those living with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in military veterans and first responders, have announced a strategic partnership that will focus … Read More »
AMVETS National Headquarters has monitored the spread of a novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19 once it affects the human body, since our country was first alerted to the first known case in the Pacific Northwest on January 20, 2020.
We remain in close contact with senior VA officials and … Read More »