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How Your Petitions Can Help Support Homeless and Dying Vets - The U.S. Veterans Hospice Committee
U.S. Veterans
Hospice Committee
The U.S. Veterans Hospice Committee is proud to announce that it has renewed its membership in the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans.  The NCHV is dedicated to ending homelessness among veterans by shaping public policy, promoting collaboration, and building the capacity of service providers.

Our Mission

The U.S. Veterans Hospice Committee is committed to standing up for the nearly 22,000 veterans who have no home and who are suffering from a terminal illness.  The Committee's mission is to lobby Congress to do right by our heroes and fund the establishment of a national network of hospices dedicated to caring for our homeless and ailing heroes.



How Your Petitions Can Help Support Homeless and Dying Vets

The U.S. Veterans Hospice Committee’s National Veterans Support Survey will be a useful tool to compel Congress to act on veterans’ hospice issues.  We believe that all our nation’s veterans have earned the right to receive adequate end-of-life hospice care if they are homeless and suffering from a chronic or terminal illness.  In our nation, where 62,619 military veterans are homeless and roughly 28,000 suffer from a terminal illness, having signed petitions from citizens across the nation allows us to plead the case before our elected leaders.  The time is now to offer veterans our help.  Your petition makes the difference.

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Thanks from the VA

Petzel"Thank you for your advocacy on behalf of America's homeless Veterans and continuing support of our mission."

--Robert A. Petzel, M.D.
Under Secretary for Health (2010-2014)
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs