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DAV empowers veterans to lead high-quality lives with respect and dignity. It is dedicated to a single purpose: fulfilling our promises to the men and women who served. DAV does this by ensuring that veterans and their families can access the full range of benefits available to them; fighting for the interests of America's injured heroes on Capitol Hill; and educating the public about the great sacrifices and needs of veterans transitioning back to civilian life. DAV, a non-profit organization with 1.2 million members, was founded in 1920 and chartered by the U. S. Congress in 1932. Learn more at
Fulfilling Our Promises to the Men and Women Who Served
Fulfilling Promises To Those Who Served

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A non-profit 501(c)(4) dedicated to the service of our nation's injured heroes, DAV is here to help them and to ensure that they are not alone on their road to recovery. * We help returning veterans transition back to civilian life by linking them with services that address their physical, emotional and financial needs. * We ensured the nation first recognized post-traumatic stress, developed the primary treatment program the VA uses today and have advocated for veterans with mental health challenges for more than a half century. * We link service-injured veterans to job training and job assistance programs. * We help homeless veterans by providing food and shelter while connecting veterans to medical care, benefits counseling and job training. * We give emergency grants to ill and injured veterans impacted by natural disasters. For more information, go to


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  • by  on 10/06/2015

    Sounds to me like some are pretending to be DAV and are not please make sure you are dealing with your VSO at Salisbury VAMC. or contact DAV Chapter 96 of Rowan. We can help in most cases or can refer you to the right person to help

  • by  on 10/01/2015

    I donated a sofa, chair, and loveseat today. I asked that they not drive their heavy utility truck on my 30 yr old concrete driveway; concerned about the concrete, and the trees. When I arrived home, I found that the drivers had broken numerous limbs from a 30 yr old white pine tree as well as numerous limbs from 26 yr old Bradford pear trees. You try to do them a favor and get screwed over doing so. The drivers have no respect and no regard for anyone's property. This is my first and last donation. I'll never turn my hand to help them again.

  • by  on 08/11/2015

    I have items to donate. Do you come to Montgomery? Please let me know. 334-201-4382. Thank you. Angela

  • by  on 06/24/2015

    I am looking for a contact for donating two 8 step lifts with chairs. They are new and need to be removed from a home in Coeur d'Alene. Please email me at

  • by  on 06/15/2015

    Attempting to contact someone to invite disabled American Veterans to our Freedom Celebration at our church. Can't find a place to contact anyone. ? Please advise. Thanks!

  • by  on 06/07/2015

    I attempted to see the V.A. for my Military service injuries, so I could be rated, I was told it was a 4 month waiting list to see someone. I contacted Disabled American Veterans and recieved all the help I needed. V.A. is goverment so waiting is to be expected, D.A.V. is non profit helping people in more than claim services. Thanks, D.A.V.

  • by  on 05/04/2015

    DAVs Mission Statement is very misleading and too money hungry. The VA can do the job of the DAV. Fleecing of the taxpayers again ... Sorry, I am a disabled 100% rated vet and used them once and never again.


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