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The priority of NWPVA is to help its fellow veterans and the community as established by the guidelines upon which the Northwest chapter was founded.


ADVOCACY

Northwest Paralyzed Veterans of America takes great pride in advocating for veterans on current Veterans Affairs issues.

The Chapter sends a team of four individuals to Washington DC each year to make sure veterans' voices are heard. No other Chapter sends as many advocates as NWPVA.

Our mission is to assure that veterans receive the care, support and treatment promised by the United States government for their service to our country.

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GOVERNMENT RELATIONS

The NWPVA Government Relations team is committed to helping all people with disabilities receive proper care, according to the guidelines of the American Disability Act, by establishing positive relationships with local, state and federal government, and working to influence legislation on behalf of all veterans.

Their role is extremely important in fighting cutbacks to Social Security Disability income, maintaining equal opportunity for jobs, establishing universal wheelchair accessibility, providing proper care for people with disabilities, and numerous other vital issues at local, state, and federal levels.

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BENEFITS

The NWPVA chapter goes to great lengths to provide adequate information to fellow veteran in order that they can be more aware of the many benefits available from Veterans Affairs and throughout the community.

The chapter has received had a wide range of donated medical equipment to help people with disabilities. Information about how to take advantage of the use of this free medical equipment is posted in our newsletter titled, Northwest Outpost.

We would like all veterans to know that NWPVA has a wide range of free resources available for veterans.

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MEMBERSHIP

Northwest Paralyzed Veterans of America makes it quite easy for members to join by waiving fees and monthly dues. Veterans with spinal cord injury or disease are eligible to join the Northwest chapter without charge and receive the benefits that come with it.

We take great pride in helping our members by getting them involved in sports and other activities throughout the Northwest.

The foundation of NWPVA and its resulting bylaws are based upon a strong devotion to our members, and we will continue to work tirelessly to help improve the quality of life for all United States Veterans.

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NWPVA OFFICE
616 SW 152nd Street, Suite B
Burien, Washington 98166


TELEPHONE
Main Office: 206.241.1843
Toll-free: 800.336.9782
Fax: 206.433.0749


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