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    Veterans Newsletter - Your October 19 E-Vets

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    October 19, 2015
     
     
     
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    Upcoming Events

    Office Hours Webinar
    Oct. 28
    Hazlewood Act
    2 - 3 p.m.
    Online
     
    To register, visit http://tvc.texas.gov/Office-Hours.aspx
     
    Virtual Coffee Webinar
    Oct. 30
    Author Gayle Lemmon
    3 p.m.
    Online
     
    To register, visit http://tvc.texas.gov/Office-Hours.aspx

     
    Veteran Job Fairs in Texas
    Visit our website for a list of Veteran job fairs throughout Texas. 
     
    For more information, visit 
    http://www.tvc.texas.gov/Job-Fairs.aspx
     
    Join the Texas Women Veterans Professional Network
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    Follow Texas Veterans Commission on Twitter for the most up to date news impacting Texas Veterans
     
    https://twitter.com/texasveterans
     
    Important Dates
    Oct. 26 - National Day of the Deployed
    November - Military Family Month
    Nov. 10 - Marine Corps Birthday
    Nov. 11 - Veterans Day
     
    For information on upcoming Veterans Events in your area, please visit the
    event Calendar.
     

    TVC is hiring!

    Check out the job openings on our website at this link: http://tvc.texas.gov/TVC-Career-Opportunities.aspx
     
    The Texas Veterans Commission is committed to hiring Veterans and is proud to employ the highest percentage of Veterans among all state agencies.

    State Partners & Online Resources

    Veterans Portal
     
    Texas Wide Open for Veterans
     
    Veterans Land Board
     
    Texas Military Forces
     
    Texas Health and Human Services Commission
     
    Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
     
    Texas Workforce Commission
     
    TexVet: Get Connected
     
    211 Texas
     
    Texas Lottery Commission
     
    Texas Lawyers for Texas Veterans
     
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    Please send comments or suggestions to info@tvc.texas.gov
    This Issue:
     
    Virtual Coffee webinar Oct. 30 with author Gayle Lemmons
     
    Office Hours webinar Oct. 28
     
    Women Veterans Roll Call in Houston Nov. 19-21
     
    $13 million in grants now available
     
    In Case You Missed It
     
    News from State and Federal Partners
     
    News from around the Web
     
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    Latest Texas Veterans Commission News
     
     
    Virtual Coffee webinar Oct. 30 with author Gayle Lemmons
     
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    The Women Veterans Program will be holding a Virtual Coffee webinar Oct. 30 at 3 p.m. with author Gayle Lemmons.
     
    Lemmons is the author of "Ashley's War," which tells the story of women soldiers on the special forces battlefield and is a TED speaker.
     
    Registrants will receive a personalized, signed book insert by Lemmons.
     
    Lemmons' TED talk can be viewed at 
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CXvUdCdKTJY

     
    To register for Virtual Coffee, visit 
    http://tvc.texas.gov/Virtual-Coffee.aspx
     
     
     
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    Office Hours webinar Oct. 28
     
    The Texas Veterans Commission is hosting an Office Hours webinar Oct. 28 from 2 to 3 p.m. focused on the Hazlewood Act. 
     
    The Hazlewood Act is a state benefit that provides eligible Veterans with up to 150 credit hours at public universities across Texas. A TVC education specialist will be on hand to provide an overview of the Hazlewood Act and answer any questions about the Hazlewood Act.
     
    The webinar is open to servicemembers, Veterans and their family members.
     
    For more information or to register, visit
    http://tvc.texas.gov/Office-Hours.aspx
     
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    Women Veterans Roll Call in Houston Nov. 19-21
     
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    The Texas Veterans Commission Women Veterans Program is parterning with local community resources in Houston for the inaugural event, Roll Call: Life Beyond the Oath, in Houston from Nov. 19-21. 
     
    The two and a half day event aims to link women Veterans in the Houston region to local resources in the area as well as provide an opportunity to professionally network with peers and employers. There will also be children's activities, VA claims counselors and more.
     
    There will be other events held throughout Texas in 2016, so stay tuned in!
     
     
    For more information or to register, visit
    http://tvc.texas.gov/Women-Veteran-Events-.aspx
     
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    $13 million in grants now available
     
    Organizations that support Veterans can apply for $13 million in available grants through the Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans’ Assistance. Grant funding available includes $5 million in General Assistance grants, $4.5 million in Housing For Texas Heroes grants, $2 million in Veterans Mental Health grants, and $1.5 million in Veterans Treatment Court grants. 
     
    GENERAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS – SERIES 16B
    These grants address the needs of Texas Veterans and their families. Such needs include, but are not limited to, the following: limited emergency assistance; family and child services; transportation services; legal services, excluding criminal defense; and employment, training, education, and job placement assistance.
     
    HOUSING FOR TEXAS HEROES GRANTS - 2016-2017
    These grants assist Texas Veterans and their families in obtaining, maintaining, or improving housing. Projects include homeless Veterans support, Veteran homelessness prevention, home modification assistance, and housing assistance for families of Veterans being treated at Texas medical facilities.
     
    VETERANS MENTAL HEALTH GRANTS - 2016-2017
    These grants address the mental health needs of Veterans and their families. Projects should emphasize direct services to Veterans and their families and may include, but are not limited to: clinical counseling; peer delivered services; and non-clinical support services.
     
    VETERANS TREATMENT COURT GRANTS - 2016-2017
    These grants assist Texas Veterans in obtaining services through Veterans Treatment Court programs. Please refer to the Request for Applications to review program guidelines for the Veterans Treatment Court grants. 

     
    All information, including the application details, about these solicitations are posted to the Texas Veterans Commission website at http://tvc.texas.gov/Apply-For-A-Grant.aspx.
     

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    In Case You Missed It
     
    Motivational Monday
     
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    News from State and Federal Partners
     
     
    Hiring Red, White & You! Veterans Hiring Fair
     
    The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) has announced the release of new Public Service Announcements featuring U.S. Army veteran and The University of Texas at Austin Football alumni Nate Boyer and country music artist Aaron Watson in support of the agency’s Hiring Red, White & You! statewide hiring fairs on November 12, 2015 in 27 different cities throughout the state of Texas.
     
    “When you get out of the military, you have an opportunity to start a new life and do whatever you want,” said Nate Boyer. “I would encourage everyone that’s transitioning out of the military to not be afraid to go to something like this event because you never know who you might meet or find out about a job you never knew existed that fits you perfectly.”
     
    For more information, visit
    http://www.twc.state.tx.us/files/news/press-release-100615-hrwy-celebrity-psas-twc.pdf
     
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    VA's million Veterans program hits 400K milestone
     
    The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) Million Veteran Program (MVP) has enrolled its 400,000th Veteran volunteer, squarely putting it on track to become one of the world’s largest medical databases, linking genetic, clinical, lifestyle and military-exposure information, with the goal of learning more about the role of genes in health and disease.
     
    “We are proud to see the progress being made in MVP, and we are confident the knowledge gained through this research will have a very tangible and positive impact on the health care that Veterans and all Americans receive,” said VA Secretary Robert A. McDonald. “We applaud our Veterans participating in the program. The selfless sacrifice they are making will allow researchers to gain valuable, important information.”
     
    Veterans who volunteer for the program donate blood, from which DNA is extracted, and periodically fill out surveys about their health, health-related behaviors and military experiences. They also consent to having authorized researchers access the information in their VA electronic health record, and to being re-contacted for future research opportunities. All information, genetic and otherwise, is kept secure and de-identified. Samples and data are coded; no names, birthdates or social security numbers are shared.
     
    For more information, visit
    http://www.va.gov/opa/pressrel/pressrelease.cfm?id=2733
     
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    News From Around the Web
     
    Veterans Journey Home: Faith, Hope & War
    Read more:
    http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/veterans-journey-home-faith-hope-war/

     
    Gov. Abbott visits TTUHSC to introduce new nursing program for Veterans
    Read more:
    http://lubbockonline.com/filed-online/2015-10-08/gov-abbott-visits-ttuhsc-introduce-new-nursing-program-veterans#.Vh0Xz_lVhBc
     
    Female Veterans have high success rate in committing suicide, because they use guns
    Read more:
    http://www.stripes.com/news/veterans/female-veterans-have-high-success-rate-in-committing-suicide-because-they-use-guns-1.372251
     
    DoD puts University of Phoenix on probation following investigation into recruiting practices
    Read more:
    http://taskandpurpose.com/dod-puts-university-of-phoenix-on-probation-following-investigation-into-recruiting-practic

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