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VA Secretary speaks with the League of United Latin American Citizens

VA, LULAC to Work Together to Better Serve Hispanic Veterans

On July 14, VA Deputy Secretary Sloan Gibson spoke to the League of United Latin American Citizens 87th annual LULAC National Convention and Exposition.  Read more »

Native American and Asian-American Veterans

Facts About CMV

Get information about the Center for Minority Veterans…our Vision, Mission, who we serve, what we do, and our outreach efforts.

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CMV Outreach Event

Minority Veterans Programs Coordinators

The primary goal of this outreach initiative is to increase local awareness of minority Veterans related issues and develop strategies for increasing their participation in existing VA benefit programs for eligible Veterans.

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Advisory Committee on Minority Veterans

Advisory Committee on Minority Veterans

Appointed by the Secretary, The Advisory Committee on Minority Veterans (ACMV) was established under Public Law 103-446 &sec; 510, November 2, 1994.  The Committee consists of Veterans who represent respective minority groups.

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The Center for Minority Veterans is part of the Office of the Secretary.  The Center assists eligible Veterans in their efforts to receive benefits and services from VA.  The Center acts only as a mediator and facilitator — As such the Center does not process claims, handle equal employment complaints, or employee relation problems.  The Center is dedicated to ensuring that all Veterans are aware of benefits, services, and programs offered by VA.

June 2016 National PTSD Awareness Month!

Asian American and Pacific Islanders

By the Congress of the United States of America
A Proclamation
After a traumatic event, most people have painful memories.  For many people, the effects of the event fade over time.  But for others, the memories, thoughts and feelings don’t go away — even months or years after the event is over.  It is important to seek help to determine if PTSD is present.


Past Heritage Month Celebrations

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  • Center for Minority Veterans
    810 Vermont Ave. (00M)
    Washington, DC 20420
    (202) 461-6191