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Veteran Community Care: Indian Health Service/Tribal Health Program

VA partners with the Indian Health Service and Tribal Health Program to provide eligible Alaska Native and American Indian Veterans with easier access to health care. The goal of this partnership is to provide Veterans with high-quality health care in a convenient, culturally appropriate setting; support excellent care coordination and collaboration; and promote resource-sharing between… Read More »

How to Get Involved in Your Local Community

Hi! I’m Rachel Calderon Navarro and this is How to Adult. One of the coolest parts of being an adult is that you have agency. If you don’t like something, you can work to change it. And if you care about something, you can help make it even better. By getting involved in your community,… Read More »

Corporal Works of Mercy | Catholic Central

WHINY KAI: (sighs) The reception here is so bad I can’t even livestream these videos of baby goats. DOWN-ON-HER-LUCK-LIBBY Oh I know, so inconvenient, right? Millennials. (cat screeching) (upbeat music) LIBBY: Welcome to Catholic Central, I’m Libby. KAI: And I’m Kai. Today we’re talking about the corporal works of mercy. LIBBY: Corporal comes from the… Read More »

Senior Corps Photo Contest 2013

Senior Corps volunteers are making an impact in their communities every day. We’re hosting the first ever Senior Corps photo contest open only to Senior Corps grantees to showcase their volunteers in action. We challenge you to submit a photo that shows your volunteers engaged in service. Be sure your photo submission includes one of… Read More »

AmeriCorps VISTA 50th Event – Community Affairs at Google Matt Dunne

GOOD AFTERNOON. >>ATTENDEES: GOOD AFTERNOON.>>SPEAKER: I KNOW IT’S LATE GOOD AFTERNOON. >>ATTENDEES: GOOD AFTERNOON.>>SPEAKER: VERY NICE. ALL RIGHT. HI, MY NAME IS MATT DUNN, I’M THE HEAD OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS FOR GOOGLE, AND I AM A I’D LIKE TO TELL PAUL A RECOVERING AMERICORPS VISTA DIRECTOR, AND I AM SO DELIGHTED TO BE HERE. I… Read More »