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VetCV Community Events – Marine Corps League Semper Fi 5K Run

October 28ᵗʰ – Starting at 0800
Gulfside Pavilion
Pensacola Beach, FL


VetCV is honored to support the Marine Corps League (MCL), Cpl J. R. Spears Detachment 066 in this important fundraising run benefiting the Santa Rosa Kids’ House, Vision of Hope, Be the Miracle, and Veterans in Distress Fund, Gulf Coast Kid’s House and the Ryan Blackwell Foundation.

“A 39-year tradition of giving to charity in the greater Pensacola area”

October 28, 2023, marks the 39th year for the MCL/TEL Semper Fi 5k Charity Run. The origin of the run was as a fundraiser for the children and families of the Marines and Sailors who had perished in the Marine Barracks Beirut, Lebanon terrorist bombing attack on October 23, 1983.

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VetCV Partners with Provider Network Beyond Med to Increase Access to Health and Wellness Services for Veterans Not Typically Covered by VA, TRICARE, or Insurance

Contact: Michael E. Walker
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Pensacola, Fla. (August 8, 2023) VetCV has announced its partnership with Beyond Med, a health and wellness plan that provides members discounts on procedures that are not usually covered by insurance or offered through Military Treatment Facilities, VA medical facilities, or standard civilian insurance. Beyond Med’s low-cost subscription model allows patients to receive an average discount of 20% on self-pay procedures from their network of providers. VetCV also leverages Beyond Med’s unique position to increase access to health and wellness treatments for Veterans and their families by offering a 10% discount on their Beyond Med subscription.

Research shows that cosmetic and elective services are set to outpace traditional healthcare spending by a factor of three over the next 10 years. Despite this, many elective wellness and cosmetic procedures are not covered by most insurance and healthcare plans, including TRICARE or VA. While VA has greatly expanded the services it offers to veterans in recent years, it is understandably more focused on providing treatments that are medically necessary. The demand exists for these services, however, and the Veteran community is no exception.

“These are procedures that many people would like to do, but it doesn’t always make financial sense when they have the opportunity,” said VetCV Founder and CEO Niels Andersen. “Once we’re confident that a Veteran’s urgent and preventative medical needs are taken care of, we want to ensure that they feel good as well. That’s where wellness services come in. The goal of our partnership with Beyond Med is to break down the financial barriers to the services that can help Military, Veterans, and their families look and feel good too.”

Visit https://vetcv.com/beyond-med.html to learn more.

About Beyond Med

With nearly 3,000 providers across New York, New Jersey, Arizona, and Florida, Beyond Med is rapidly expanding to new territories. By focusing on elective and self-pay procedures, Beyond Med has made these services affordable. As a VetCV Patriot Teaming Partner, their services are now available to VetCV members at a discounted price.

About VetCV

VetCV is a web-based app designed for Active Military, Veterans, and their families to help them navigate each chapter of their lives. With VetCV users can access career, education, medical support, reintegration, and employment opportunities, store and control important life documents and records, as well as find the resources they need to take advantage of those opportunities. Whether they are active duty, transitioning to civilian life, applying for college, starting their career, buying their first home, or planning for retirement, VetCV is there for Veterans every step of the way.

Reaching over 1.2 million community members, VetCV is rapidly becoming integral in the lives of our nation’s Veterans and their families. VetCV utilizes its platform to provide trusted resources to its members by carefully vetting information and Patriot Teaming Partner organizations. The VetCV team of experts and advisors provides feedback and advice to help maintain its status as a Trusted Advisor of the Veteran community.

To learn more about VetCV, go to www.vetcv.com.    

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VetCV Founder and CEO Receives Veteran Service Award for Contributions to the Veteran Community


The Florida Veterans Foundation Presents the Veterans Service Award to Companies and Individuals Who Show an Unwavering Commitment to Supporting the Veteran Community

July 24ᵗʰ, 2023 – Founder and CEO of VetCV Niels Andersen received the Veteran Service Award Medal from the Florida Veterans Foundation. The Florida Veterans Foundation is the lead Veteran advocacy and support non-profit organization across the State of Florida.

FVF Board of Directors member Col. Ben Findley (USAFR Ret.) who presented the award, said, “[The foundation] is honored to recognize Niels Andersen and VetCV for exemplary patriotism and service to veterans and their families.” Col. Findley specifically noted VetCV and its related companies’ work in increasing access to healthcare for Veterans and their families, as well as their development of several software applications and data systems designed to support the Veteran community. He went on to say that “Florida has over 15 million Veterans and counting, so it’s a very fertile ground for you and your team.”

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VA Announces Over 40,000 Homeless Veterans Placed in Permanent Housing in 2022


The Department of Veterans Affairs reported that it had beaten its 2022 goal of housing 38,000 homeless Veterans by 2,400.

In a recent post on LinkedIn, VA’s Under Secretary for Health Shereef Elnahal congratulated Executive Director of VA’s Homeless Programs Office Monica Diaz alongside other VA representatives working to combat Veteran homelessness:

Some analysts and officials have attributed this success to HUD-VASH, a collaborative housing program between VA and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Under HUD-VASH, eligible veterans may receive a voucher that can be used to pay a portion of their monthly rent. This is indicative of the broader shift toward a philosophy of “housing-first,” along with increased funding and case management, when addressing homelessness.

Many are hopeful that these numbers from last year mark a decisive turning point in Veteran homelessness. Despite an approximate 50% reduction in the overall number of homeless Veterans since 2009, there are still an estimated 40,056 unhoused Veterans on any given night according to the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans. Furthermore, over 80,000 Veterans will experience homelessness over the course of a year. While only about 7% of the U.S. population are Veterans, they account for nearly 13% of the population of homeless adults.

These worrying statistics demonstrate that, despite the promising results of last year’s efforts, there is still much work to be done. However, VA and other service organizations have shown no signs of relenting. VA officials have affirmed as much, with Ms. Diaz quoted as saying, “If there is even one [homeless Veteran], I say we need to do more.”

The VA Building, headquarters of the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs in Washington, D.C.
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In keeping with the work being done to combat Veteran homelessness alongside our efforts to support Veterans and their families in every chapter of their lives, TeamVetCV has added a section dedicated to housing in the Resource Library. There, we have assembled tools, tips, and trusted resources for those in need of permanent housing, renters, home buyers, and anything Veterans and their families may need involving housing.

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Happy Holidays from VetCV


TeamVetCV and Our Patriot Teaming Partners Wish You and Your Family a Safe and Happy Holiday Season

As 2022 comes to a close, take the time to appreciate the people closest to you. It’s easy to forget the little things when you’re busy getting things done. The holiday season is the perfect time to step back and take stock of what’s most important. 

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This year, VetCV will take part in Wreaths Across America Day at Barrancas National Cemetery in our hometown of Pensacola, FL. Wreaths Across America coordinates wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery along with over 3,400 other locations across the U.S. and abroad in cooperation with local organizations. The ceremony at Barrancas will be organized by the Marine Corps League, Cpl JR Spears Detachment. TeamVetCV encourages everyone to participate in Wreaths Across America Day on December 17th with an organization near you.

Our offices will close early on December 23rd and will reopen on January 3rd.

Happy Holidays!

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Honoring the Memory of Hershel “Woody” Williams, the Last Medal of Honor Recipient of the Second World War


The Veteran Community and The Nation have lost a true hero, marking a grim milestone as the last WWII Medal of Honor recipient passes away.

A Statement from the Woody Williams Foundation reads:

Yesterday at 3:15 a.m., Hershel Woodrow Williams, affectionately known by many as Woody, went home to be with the Lord. Woody peacefully joined his beloved wife Ruby while surrounded by his family at the VA Medical Center, which bears his name.

Details about the funeral and memorial services will be shared as that information becomes available.

Woody’s family would like to express their sincere gratitude for all of the love and support. They would also like to share that Woody’s wish is that people continue to carry on his mission.

All correspondence and condolences may be sent to the Woody Williams Foundation via email at contact@woodywilliams.org or via mail at:

Woody Williams Foundation
12123 Shelbyville Rd. Suite 100
Louisville, KY 40243

Honor-Recognize-Serve,

-The Woody Williams Family and Foundation

His passing is personal to TeamVetCV and our hometown of Pensacola, FL. Back in 2020, Hershel Williams attended the Gold Star Families Memorial Monument dedication ceremony at Veterans Memorial Park Pensacola, of which VetCV CEO Niels Andersen is a foundation board member. Members of the Veterans Memorial Park of Pensacola Foundation Board and the Veteran Community of Northwest Florida are grateful to have met a warfighter with such a noble and generous spirit as Hershel “Woody” Williams.

Hershel "Woody" Williams at an event held at Pensacola Veterans Memorial Park in 2020
Hershel “Woody” Williams at Veterans Memorial Park Pensacola in 2020

Williams joined the U.S. Marine Corps in May 1943 and was present at Guadalcanal, Guam, and Iwo Jima with 1st Battalion, 21st Marines, 3rd Mar Div. For his actions on the fourth day of the Battle of Iwo Jima, he received the Congressional Medal of Honor.

His Citation reads as follows:

The Congressional Medal of Honor

For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty as Demolition Sergeant serving with the First Battalion, Twenty-First Marines, Third Marine Division, in action against enemy Japanese forces on Iwo Jima, Volcano Island, 23 February 1945. Quick to volunteer his services when our tanks were maneuvering vainly to open a lane for the infantry through the network of reinforced concrete pillboxes, buried mines and black, volcanic sands, Corporal Williams daringly went forward alone to attempt the reduction of devastating machine-gun fire from the unyielding positions. Covered only by four riflemen, he fought desperately for four hours under terrific enemy small-arms fire and repeatedly returned to his own lines to prepare demolition charges and obtain serviced flame throwers, struggling back, frequently to the rear of hostile emplacements, to wipe out one position after another. On one occasion he daringly mounted a pillbox to insert the nozzle of his flame thrower through the air vent, kill the occupants and silence the gun; on another he grimly charged enemy riflemen who attempted to stop him with bayonets and destroyed them with a burst of flame from his weapon. His unyielding determination and extraordinary heroism in the face of ruthless enemy resistance were directly instrumental in neutralizing one of the most fanatically defended Japanese strong points encountered by his regiment and aided in enabling his company to reach its’ [sic] objective. Corporal Williams’ aggressive fighting spirit and valiant devotion to duty throughout this fiercely contested action sustain and enhance the highest traditions of the United States Naval Service.

/S/ HARRY S. TRUMAN

Williams, 98, was the last of the 473 American service members who received a Medal of Honor in WWII. Of combat and his service, Hershel told The Washington Post in 2020,

“It’s one of those things you put in the recess of your mind. You were fulfilling an obligation that you swore to do–to defend your country. Anytime you take a life, there’s always some aftermath to that if you’ve got any heart at all.”


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U.S. Army 247th Birthday

TeamVetCV wishes a happy birthday to the United States Army


Today marks the 247th birthday of the U.S. Army. TeamVetCV is proud to support the U.S. Army, its veterans, and their families. We hope you can take the time to contact the friends you served with as you take pride in your service.


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The Promise – Memorial Day 2022


The Promise

Memorial Day is a time set aside for remembrance of those we’ve lost in the service of our nation. Many of us will be thinking of friends or family members who are no longer with us, while others will reflect on the freedoms we enjoy thanks to those sacrifices. These themes of sacrifice and the rebirth of freedom are at the foundation of why we observe Memorial Day. It’s us holding up our end of the bargain–the sacred promise made by a nation and her citizenry to those who risk their lives in its defense. A promise that a grateful nation will provide for those who return and will honor and remember those who do not.

This Memorial Day, TeamVetCV hopes that no matter how you celebrate, whether through quiet reflection or by getting together with friends and family, you keep the people we’ve lost with you as you do so. We live in freedom because of them. Let us enjoy that life and freedom for them.

Respectfully, 

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Month of the Military Child


Learn How We Can Support the Children and Family of Service Members and Veterans

April is the Month of the Military Child and, as your go-to hub for Military & Veteran resources, Team VetCV would like to let you know about an upcoming webinar from the Combined Arms Institute. Join their panel discussion to learn about the unique needs of children in military families and how to best manage them. You’ll also hear about Combined Arms’ Family Collaboration Committee, where you can have a say in how organizations serving Military and Veteran families develop their strategies.

The livestream starts at 4 pm EST, April 21, 2022 ← Click here to save the date

Panelist Shaina Purser, Programs Specialist at our Teaming Partner PsychArmor, will be present along with representatives from Partners in Promise, the Modern Military Association, and USN Recruit Training Command. PsychArmor has proven to be a valuable resource in raising awareness and educating people about mental health as it relates to current Service Members and Veterans.

Courses from PsychArmor
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Learn How PTSD Can Affect Personal Relationships


PTSD & Personal Relationships

Maintaining healthy and positive relationships can be difficult even under the best of circumstances. This holds true for survivors of trauma and those with PTSD, as well as their loved ones. The symptoms of PTSD can often affect the way a survivor acts with others. In turn, the way a loved one responds to him or her affects the trauma survivor. A circular pattern can develop that may sometimes harm relationships.

For many, the eureka moment comes from the realization that these are symptoms of a solvable problem and not some inherent, personal flaw. Recognizing these feelings in oneself or a loved one as something that can be managed and treated is a step toward improvement.

The Department of Veterans Affairs recently featured this topic in the article to the right. In it, they outline the common symptoms, how they affect relationships, and what steps can be taken to manage them.

VA PTSD article

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