DAV is a nonprofit that provides a lifetime of support for veterans of all generations and their families.
Every year, we help more than 1 million veterans in positive, life-changing ways by helping them access benefits they earned, like health care, education and disability, and connecting them to meaningful employment opportunities. DAV is the nation’s most resourceful veterans service organization, keeping the promise to support America’s veterans.
Programs and Focus Areas
With nearly 1,300 chapters across the country, DAV provides a national support network for veterans and their families. Below you’ll find resource materials and background on key DAV services.
Subject Matter Experts
At DAV, we’re veterans helping veterans. We have first-hand experience and deep understanding of the core issues impacting the men and women who have served our country. To view an individual spokesperson’s full bio, please click on their headshot below.
Garry J. Augustine
Washington Headquarters Executive Director
Legislative issues impacting veterans
National Voluntary Services Director
Voluntary Service, National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic, DAV Transportation Network
While veterans of all generations have a very positive view of their military service, only one-in-five feel the government treats veterans well and less than half believe they receive the benefits and support they were promised. These are some of the major findings of a landmark survey by DAV.
As DAV documented in its landmark report, Women Veterans: The Long Journey Home, the system that awaits America’s more than 300,000 women veterans is a disjointed patchwork of programs marked by serious gaps in healthcare, housing, other community support services, employment and efforts to eradicate sexual assault.
Contact a Member of our Communications Staff
- By Phone: 859-547-3382
The above phone number is exclusively for press inquiries. If you are not a member of the press and you have a question about DAV’s services, please call 877-IAM-AVET or 877-426-2838.
News & Coverage
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