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The Women Veterans Unity Group

Business Address:
11251 Sierra Ave Suite 2E-601
Fontana, CA 92337
San Bernardino County
Business Contact:
CEO Ann Duson
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Non-Profit Organization | Army, Separated | Member since July 26th, 2014

The Women Veterans Unity Group's Mission Statement: Provide a continuum of resources to the female veteran community whether disabled, distressed, despondent, helpless, hopeless, and or homeless.

Purpose: To reach all California Female Military/Veterans with various assistance, benefits and entitlements, referrals, membership opportunities, and educational awareness by attending and or facilitating California events, conferences, workshops, seminars, educational events, groups etc., and anything associated with female veterans including other state programs (as needed) to improve the Women Veterans Unity Group effectiveness of gender-specific issues. Provide and promote The Women Veterans Unity Group organization services.

Vision: To be the world’s best provider in high quality and high standards of integrated comprehensive supportive services tailored specifically to the needs of women veteran. Provide and or assist with appropriate referrals to VA, county, state, community agencies, service providers for case management, education, crisis intervention, counseling, services targeted towards specialized gender-specific for our homeless women Veterans. Empower and enhance the wellness of women who have served and are currently serving in the United States Armed Forces.
The Women Veterans Unity Group 501(c) 3 supportive services organization wants to assure that women veterans receive benefits and services as our male counterparts, without encountering discrimination in t

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I am a US Army female veteran. Because of my military career I learned resilency. The military was what shaped me more than anything else in my leadership style. It was my experience in the U.S. Army that gave me the opportunity and advantage needed to compete and succeed. This organization gives me an opportunity to assist the community that created my existence the military vetearns with a specific focus on women and gender-specific needs and issues.

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