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January 22, 2020

Veterans Collaborative needs volunteers for Stand Down

Veterans Collaborative needs volunteers for Stand Down

December 31, 2019

DeWitt received President’s Volunteer Service Award

Elks Lodge District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler Vance “Vinny” DeWitt received President Donald Trump’s prestigious Volunteer Service Award

September 25, 2019

Suicide awareness grant focuses on FRC students

 Suicide Prevention and Awareness group 

September 18, 2019

Veterans Stand Down in Plumas a success, but more help needed

Stand Down 2019

September 22, 2018

Plumas County Veterans Stand Down 2018

Nearly 250 veterans and family members made their way to the Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds in East Quincy on Saturday, Sept. 22, to take part in the first-ever Plumas County Stand Down.

April 19, 2018

Veterans Collaborative welcomes VA representatives.

Representatives from the VA Sierra Nevada Healthcare System completed an informative session for the Plumas County Veterans collaborative April 19 in Quincy. They gave an update on the many services available at the Reno VA facility and the status of their efforts to bring more outpatient service to Plumas veterans.  

April 07, 2018

Congressman talks with Plumas veterans

The group had a candid and constructive conversation about increasing health benefits for area veterans. From left: Shane Star, field representative for the congressman; Congressman LaMalfa; Doris McMahon, supervisor with Plumas County Probation Department; Scott Quade, Plumas County Probation Department; Ryan Rogers, Plumas County Behavioral Health Department; Plumas VSO Jimmy LaPlante and Mark Spannagel, chief of staff for the LaMalfa. Photo by Gregg Scott

March 09, 2018

Outreach event promotes services for Plumas veterans and suicide prevention awareness

Every single day, the U.S. loses an estimated 27 veterans to suicide and the Plumas County Veteran Services’ team is working hard to increase awareness and prevention here.

February 22, 2018

Veterans services is a numbers game

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 If there was one thing to take away from the Veterans Collaborative meeting March 8, it was the continued emphasis on getting Plumas County vets to register with the Veterans Services Office in order to both receive services and be counted.

The volunteer collaborative is off to a strong start with partnerships beginning with various agencies concerned about veteran welfare in the county. The collaborative also has established a list of priorities to focus on — and right now it’s all about standing up and being counted as veterans in the first place.

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