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Memorial Day events & a message from CalVet’s Secretary

On Monday, we honor the memory of all the men women who died in service to our nation. Watch this video message from CalVet Secretary Dr. Vito Imbasciani. Memorial Day Events Californians will have many opportunities to pay their respects at events held throughout the state. From the 129th Annual Memorial Day Ceremony at the Los Angeles […]

Affordable housing for veterans opens on site of former March Air Force Base in Riverside County

CalVet Secretary Dr. Vito Imbasciani took part in a grand opening ceremony March 29th at March Veterans Village in Riverside County. The multifamily housing development was funded, in part, by the Veterans Housing and Homelessness Prevention Program, administered jointly by CalVet, California Department of Housing and Community Development, and California Housing Finance Agency. March Veterans Village, […]

Honoring Veterans throughout the month of March

In this video, CalVet Secretary Dr. Vito Imbasciani shares why March is an important month for honoring veterans throughout California with Women’s Military History Week, Medal of Honor Day, and National Vietnam War Veterans Day.

CalVet to Hold Claims Workshops for Native American and Rural Veterans

Next week, CalVet will hold the first of several specialized workshops designed to assist Native American and rural veterans with applying for local, state, and federal benefits. Native American and rural veterans often face challenges in accessing the benefits they have earned through their service. Last year, CalVet Secretary Dr. Vito Imbasciani visited Native American […]

Video: Governor Brown’s Proposed Budget Supports Veterans

Governor Brown’s proposed budget for 2018-19 reaffirms his ongoing commitment to California’s veteran community. The proposed budget includes a $6 million net increase to help support or expand CalVet’s programs to meet the changing needs of our veterans. In this video, CalVet Secretary Dr. Vito Imbasciani discusses how the proposed budget will benefit veterans programs […]

CalVet Strategic Plan Lays Out Key Priorities for Next Three Years

At CalVet, we’re passionate about our mission to serve California’s 1.7 million veterans and their families. We’ve accomplished much in recent years and we’re excited to chart the course for future successes. CalVet’s 2018-2020 Strategic Plan will guide our efforts over the next three years. This document defines our mission, vision, guiding principles, goals and […]

New California Law Establishes LGBT Bill of Rights

A new California law establishes a Bill of Rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) residents of long-term care facilities, including California’s eight Veterans Homes, which provide residential and long-term care services to about 2,200 veterans and their spouses. Senate Bill 219 makes it unlawful for any long-term care facility to deny admission, transfer […]

A Holiday Message & 2017 Year in Review

We’ve been working hard to serve California veterans. Hear from CalVet Secretary, Dr. Vito Imbasciani, as he shares a holiday message – and some of what we accomplished in 2017. Happy Holidays from all of us at CalVet!  

Marine Corps League Donates $20,000 to Central Coast Veterans Cemetery

On Monday, the Marine Corps League joined the season of giving, and their gift this year will benefit California’s newest veterans cemetery. A $20,000 donation from Marine Corps League Detachment 711 will help to pay for maintenance and upkeep of the California Central Coast Veterans Cemetery (CCCVC) in Seaside. “We fundraise all year so that […]

Tax Proposal would reverse progress in ensuring all California Veterans have a place to call home

Today CalVet Secretary Dr. Vito Imbasciani issued the following statement on the tax proposal in Congress: “Former service members living in California could end up on the streets if Congress passes its draft tax proposal. This hasty plan would eliminate tax-exempt bonds, which help us fight homelessness and find affordable housing for California veterans. “Two […]