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Grow and Go in Community, Taking Care of Our Fighting Women

Common·Unity  As noted in the origin of the word, a place of common unity and as reflected by the root and the suffix of the word, community, is a certain population united by a familiar thread of interests. Communities bring people together to advocate and support each other and as human beings, we need a …

Healthy Eating Challenge!

With the stay-at-home order extended, many of us have been eating the same home cooked meals for 18 weeks. While we are happy to help lessen the COVID-19 curve, we are craving creativity in the kitchen. How can we boost our energy? How can we make clean eating fun? Clean eating is all about whole …

Announcing…Motivation Monday!

Need to gear up for the week ahead? Women Vets on Point is here to help motivate you! Join us every Monday at 1:00 p.m. (Pacific Time) for a dynamic conversation with other women veterans over Zoom meeting. We’ll help you start your week with a mantra, then share tips with each other about how …

Wednesday Telehealth Support Group for Women Veterans

Feeling overwhelmed, isolated, uncertain amidst the COVID-19 crisis? Women Vets on Point is here to support you during this difficult time. Join us every Wednesday at 10:00 am (Pacific Time) for a free women vets support group over Zoom meeting! We celebrate woman veterans and provide a safe space for those who want to meet other …

Women Veterans Appreciation Day

June 12 is Women Veterans Appreciation Day 

Today, June 12, is recognized as Women’s Veterans Appreciation Day. After two years of debate in Congress, on June 12, 1948, President Harry S. Truman signed the Women’s Armed Services Integration Act into law, allowing women to serve as regular members of the military. Several states already recognize June 12 as Women Veterans Appreciation Day, …