Womens Veteran Survey - Participation Request
The Nevada Department of Veterans Services proudly announces the first meeting of the Nevada Women Veterans Advisory Committee on July 23, 2014 from 9am-3pm at 5460 Reno Corporate Dr. Reno, NV 89511.
NDVS is asking for your assistance in gathering information about Women Veterans in Nevada by going to the link provided and filling out the 18 question survey which should only take a few minutes to complete. By completing this survey you will assist the committee to better understand and focus its efforts.
If you are a woman veteran, please fill out this survey and the link can be forwarded to any women veterans in your own network. If you are not a woman veteran please send this link to any women veterans that you have contact with. We would appreciate completion of the surveys by July 15.
Honoring Women Veterans
At the Nevada Department of Veterans Services, we’re committed to delivering quality services to all Nevada veterans, and these pages will educate you – a woman veteran who proudly defended our freedom – about benefits and resources.
Women have served the cause of freedom in every war and every generation since the Revolution. Those we honor number some 1.8 million, including nearly 24,000 women veterans currently residing in Nevada. Today, more than 25 percent of our military strength worldwide is women, and women serve in almost every capacity in the armed forces, including in combat zones on land, at sea and in the skies. More than 177,000 women from across the country have served as fighter pilots, medics, military police and in other roles since the start of the Global War on Terror.
It’s all too common for women veterans to pack away their uniforms and memories upon return to civilian life, never to discuss their experiences again. Many women who honorably served don’t even realize they’re veterans – or realize their eligibility for benefits. Through these pages, we acknowledge your service and offer several resources to help you understand your status and what it means. By working together, we will achieve success in establishing a network to further communication and women veterans outreach.
Looking for help? See below for important phone numbers.
Nevada Department of Veterans Services
Department of Veterans Affairs
VA Suicide Prevention Hotline
Other helpful links below