Catch up on all the Vet Life Community News and Events
OPERATION MESS HALL™ FOOD TRUCK
SUPPORTING OPERATION NOT FORGOTTEN™
HIGHLAND RIVERS HEALTH PARTNERS WITH LIFE RENEWED / OPERATION NOT FORGOTTEN
As one of the largest providers of mental health and substance use treatment and recovery services in the state – serving veterans and residents across northwest Georgia – Highland Rivers Health knows (and years of research have found) timely treatment for mental health and substance use issues can reduce the risk of suicide.
Highland Rivers Health is proud to partner with Operation Not Forgotten to ensure the mental health of our veterans is not forgotten, but is respected, treated, supported and remains a priority – for our communities, our families and our nation.
VETERANS FIRST LIGHT (http://v1l.org/) FREEDOM FEST - VALDOSTA, GEORGIA
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, STEVE SCHIFFMAN, SPOKE AT THE 9TH DISTRICT AMERICN LEGION CONVENTION IN VICTORIA, TEXAS ON APRIL 8, 2018.
OPERATION NOT FORGOTTEN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR STEVE SCHIFFMAN WILL BE A GUEST SPEAKER AT THE AMERICAN LEGION DISTRICT 9 SPRING CONVENTION APRIL 7-8, 2018 IN VICTORIA, TEXAS.
OUT OF THE DARKNESS COMMUNITY RIDE SPONSORED BY AMERICAN LEGION RIDERS POST 111
SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 2018
TO BENEFIT OPERATION NOT FORGOTTEN VET LIFE COMMUNITIES
|Operation Not Forgotten participated in the Paulding County Christmas Parade in Dallas Georgia on Saturday. December 2. A great time was had by all.|
|Life Renewed / Operation Not forgotten receives 2017 TOP-RATED Non-Profit Award from Great Non-Profits.|
|Paulding Vet Life Community in Dallas, Georgia has a new digital billboard.|
Cherokee County veterans and the Military Ministry at First Baptist Church Woodstock are teaming up to implement a new, innovative program called Operation Not Forgotten Vet Life Community.
The program, which is set to begin in July, will allow veterans of all conflicts and military branches to “come in and discuss in a secure and supportive manner life issues that they have or have had that deal with their time in service,” said Cherokee County Homeless Veteran Program director Jim Lindenmayer. See More
Operation Not Forgotten/Vet Life Communities is proud to join forces with Emory Healthcare Veterans Program to serve as a resource as we ensure no Veteran is left behind. Emory Healthcare Veterans Program offers Post-9/11 veterans expert and collaborative care to help heal the invisible wounds of war, at no cost. Our comprehensive approach combines behavioral health care, including psychiatry and neurology, rehabilitative medicine, recreation and wellness, and family support to help our nation’s Veterans reintegrate and reclaim their life.
NEW Cherokee Veterans Community - A new Vet Life Community in Woodstock, Georgia.
For more information: Tim King - firstname.lastname@example.org / 678-494-2680
Meetings are every Thursday at 6:30 pm at First Baptist Church Woodstock, Building A, Rm. 140; 11905 Hwy. 92, Woodstock Ga. 30188 beginning in July.
(Progam Director Tim King - Left / https://www.linkedin.com/in/tking001)
NEW VET LIFE COMMUNITY IN DALLAS, GEORGIA
The Paulding Vet Life Community will hold its first meeting for male veterans on Thursday May 25, 2017 at 6:30. Meetings will take place every Thursday (6:30 p.m.) at the BETHANY Christian Church Parsonage Annex located at 3264 Villa Rica Highway, Dallas, GA. 30157
More Information Contact: Steve Schiffman – email@example.com - 770-947-8606
Operation Not Forgotten Team member Joe Taylor (Artist, Musician, Paleontologist, Philanthropist) will be publishing his book on his art work. Congratulations, and many thanks, to Joe. See More
O'Charley's Restaurant supports Veterans in their community by supplying refreshments for Canton Vet Life Community weekly meetings.
Operation Not Forgotten Vet Life will begin new Communites throughout Cobb, Cherokee and Paulding Counties in Georgia. We are looking for people to train as Life Coaches, and for churches or other organizations who would like to host a Vet Life Community in thieir building. Beta Sigma Phi, the world's largest women's sorority, is partnering with us to sponsor these new communities.
Goodwill Communications, a firm which specializes in distributing public service advertising campaigns has donated $16,000 worth of pro-bono services to Operation Not Forgotten. Twice – in Fall of 2012 and in Fall of 2014 - ONF’s TV PSA has been distributed in CablePAK, a high-quality four-color package of multiple TV PSAs mailed to 500 leading cable systems. Included in the package is a four-color newsletter, individual storyboards for each client and a feature story for each client campaign.
OPERATION NOT FORGOTTEN PARTNERS WITH
GWINNETT COUNTY VETERANS RESOURCE CENTER
The GVRC is located in the Gwinnett County Annex, 750 S. Perry St. Suite 300, Lawrenceville, GA 30046.
Email Gwinnett Veteran Resource Center firstname.lastname@example.org or call tel: 678.226.9177