The TVCMN has a simple mission.
To improve the lives of veterans through access to technology. Too many vets are at risk of losing housing, employment, health care and resources due to not being reintegrated in society properly. This takes community support. Support in the form of a resource center; a one-stop shop for the veteran’s needs. It takes ongoing support to insure the successful transition to, and quality of civilian life. By providing referrals, computer classes, monthly town hall meetings and access to media and broadcasting, our vets can stay proactive in obtaining the resources and benefits they deserve.
What does The Veterans Community Media Network do?
We provide services and resources for veterans through various forms of media and broadcasting such as assisting the veteran in obtaining their benefits (health, education, housing assistance employment and legal assistance).
TVCMN has partnered with OWH Studios of Oakland to tape and broadcast activities of the TVCMN on Community Access Channels in the Bay Area. Plans are to have a computer lab for vets to access their bennies or just improve their computer skills.
Through town hall meetings and other community events, we strive to keep our veterans “in the know” and in the fore front of today’s media outlets.
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