Congressman Cresent Hardy (NV-4) will host his second annual Veterans Care Fair to highlight resources and services available to veterans and their families. In conjunction with the Veterans Care Fair, the Southern Nevada VA Hospital will host a town hall where Congressman Hardy will serve as a panelist to help address the needs of our nation’s veterans.
“Our veterans have sacrificed so much to protect our freedom. We need to make sure they and their families are getting the help they deserve,” said Congressman Hardy. “Many veterans are still not aware of the many organizations and programs that are available to assist them. I’m hosting this event again to continue my efforts in raising awareness to resources and services for the veteran community.”
Attendees will have the opportunity to visit over 30 information booths and participate in six discussions on issues important to veterans and their families, such as housing for veterans, managing PTSD, suicide prevention and more. They will also get to have their questions and concerns addressed by Congressman Hardy, VA leaders and representatives of the state.
Veterans Care Fair and VA Town Hall will be held Saturday, April 23. The Veterans Care Fair will be from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. with the VA Town Hall from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Both events will take place at the Southern Nevada VA Hospital, 6900 N. Pecos Road, North Las Vegas, NV.
The Town hall panel includes Congressman Cresent Hardy, Ms. Kearns, Director, Southern Nevada VA Hospital, Ms. Jackson, Director, Veterans Benefits Administration, Ms. Dussault, Deputy Director, Nevada Department of Veteran Services and Dr. Komanduri, COS, Southern Nevada VA Hospital.
Individuals interested in attending this event may contact Congressman Hardy’s district office at (702) 912-1634 or email Charles.Navarro@mail.house.gov for more information.