June 24, 2016

Operation: Tools for School Available for veterans and families

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE COLUMBUS, Ohio (June 24, 2016) – Starting Aug. 1, Military Veterans Resource Center (MVRC) will run Operation: Tools for School to help veteran and service member families with their children’s back-to-school costs. From August 1 until September 15, veterans, service members, and their spouses can receive assistance when proof of service is presented at Military Veterans Resource Center’s Columbus resource center, located at 1395 E. Dublin-Granville Rd., Ste. 350. “Operation: Tools for School helps vets and families make a positive start to the school year,” said MVRC Executive Director Len Proper. “We want children to feel excited about school. It’s a joy to see them begin the school year with bright eyes and happy smiles.” Donations to Operation: Tools for School are always welcome and can be made at milvetsrc.org/tools. For more information about this program, contact Abby Reynolds at 614-504-4357. Military Veterans Resource Center helps veterans develop self-reliance and independence by providing access to the resources they need to successfully manage life transitions. MVRC is based in Columbus and operates four resource centers throughout Ohio.   ###
June 24, 2016

Military Veterans Resource Center announces new location for Ross County center

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CHILLICOTHE, Ohio (June 24, 2016) – Military Veterans Resource Center’s (MVRC) Ross County Resource Center has moved to a new and larger location. Starting Monday, June 27, Military Veterans Resource Center will serve veterans out of their new office at 631 Central Center, Chillicothe, Ohio. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with earlier and later appointments available at the request of the veteran. Military Veterans Resource Center helps veterans develop self-reliance and independence by providing access to the resources they need to successfully manage life transitions. MVRC provides veterans and families employment services, food assistance, transportation assistance, confidential counseling and other supportive services. “We needed to expand our office space so that we can better serve Ross County veterans,” said MVRC Executive Director Len Proper. “The new location has private offices that provide more confidentiality when we meet with veterans and offers a larger, more comfortable space where vets and families can mingle. For more information about Military Veterans Resource Center, or to make an appointment, call Brandon Taylor at 740-835-5145 or Dennis Lambert at 740-571-4555. Military Veterans Resource Center is based in Columbus and has served Ohio veterans since 2000. It operates four centers throughout Ohio.   ###
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