EMPOWERING COMMUNITIES TO EMPOWER VETERANS
WHO WE SERVE
AWP is committed to a one-size-fits-one approach that empowers military, veterans, families, and caregivers.
AWP is the connection that brings local veteran-centric nonprofits together through coordination and collaboration.
AWP collaborates with national partners to bring military, veterans, their families, caregivers the highest level of holistic support possible.
Our mission at America’s Warrior Partnership is empowering communities to empower veterans. Our approach to accomplishing this mission takes many forms, but it always starts with connecting community organizations with local veterans to understand their unique situations. Our ultimate goal is to create a better quality of life for all veterans by empowering local communities to proactively and holistically serve them.
America's Warrior Partnership is the connection that brings local veteran-centric nonprofits together through coordination and collaboration, ensuring consistent information is obtained, relevant services are provided, and national resources are utilized. We attack inefficiency and amplify the work of established nonprofits and government agencies.
OUR PROGRAMS & INITIATIVES
Important Messages From America's Warrior Partnership
Over the past 20 years, our United States military service men and women worked tirelessly to prevent future terrorist attacks on the United States and help shape a better way of life for the citizens of Afghanistan. We are thankful for their dedication and sacrifice to safeguard our country against another 9/11 and stand strong against terrorist organizations worldwide.
America’s Warrior Partnership wants veterans, their families, and caregivers to know that we are here to support you. Please reach out to us or one of our partner organizations if you feel you are struggling with the events that transpired over this past weekend. We understand this is a difficult time – one in which you may have many mixed feelings – and need to talk to someone, have questions, or need to have that extra pillar of support. We are here for you.
Your service mattered, still matters, and you matter. The sacrifices of those lost matter – and are not forgotten.
If you or someone you know needs support, please reach out to these resources:
America's Warrior Partnership believes our nation provides the greatest hope for people to pursue happiness and the opportunity to improve their quality of life. Our veterans have worked tirelessly around the world to defend these ideals and values, with great sacrifice. We call for unity through respect, civility and kindness in actions to all fellow Americans.
As you all know, our country is still dealing with COVID-19, and Americans know firsthand the tragedies of this pandemic, with nearly 600,000 deaths to date. That’s more deaths than from World War I, World War II, the Vietnam War, and 9/11 combined. Nevertheless, over 300 million doses have been given out, and that number continues to grow each day, allowing Americans to get back to living their lives. Sixty-four percent of adults have received at least one vaccine shot, and many more seek ways to protect themselves.
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has offered America’s Warrior Partnership access to their mobile vaccination clinics. If you or your organization would like VA assistance in obtaining the COVID-19 vaccine, please contact The Network at 1-866-AWPVETS.
Here are four easy ways to receive the vaccine:
1. Visit your nearest VA Medical Facility, even if you are not a VA customer. There is no appointment needed. Find one near you.
2. Sign up to have your local VA contact you or send your care team a secure message on MyHealtheVet.
3. Call 1-800-MyVA411 (800-698-2411) and press 8 for more information, or press 0 to speak to an agent.
4. Search for other vaccine options at vaccines.gov, text your zip code to 438829, or call 1-800-232-0233
For any Network inquiries, questions or referrals, please email: email@example.com
24/7 Network Support Line:
Tel: (706) 434-1708
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