American Legion

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American Legion
American Legion is listed in the Clubs category in Arlington, Virginia. Displayed below are the social networks for American Legion which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Legion on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 0.

Contact information for American Legion is:
3445 Washington Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201
(703) 524-1396

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National Commander Denise Rohan issued the following statement after the Department of Veterans Affairs sent a bill proposal to Congress that would overhaul how veterans receive health care in the private sector and do away with the widely criticized "30-day/40-mile' rule: "The American Legion applauds the Secretary of the Department of Veterans Affairs for his efforts to improve healthcare for veterans by streamlining out-of-system community treatment options while strengthening care at VA facilities nationwide. The Choice program, implemented in the wake of the 2014 wait-time scandal, was never intended to be a permanent program. For many months, The American Legion has advised the VA on ways to provide better, more timely care to veterans based on the feedback of our 2M members around the world. We look forward to working with Dr. Shulkin and his leadership team to make the VA more efficient, transparent, and effective in delivering improved healthcare options and outcomes to our nation’s veterans.”


RT @LegioninDC: @AmericanLegion @DeptVetAffairs @SecShulkin 3/ We look forward to working with Dr. Shulkin and his leadership team to make…


RT @LegioninDC: @AmericanLegion @DeptVetAffairs @SecShulkin 2/ The Choice program, implemented in the wake 2014 wait-time scandal, was neve…


RT @LegioninDC: 1/ @AmericanLegion applauds the Secretary of @DeptVetAffairs @SecShulkin for his efforts to improve #healthcare for #vetera…


,@MILegion’s thriving program meeting financial/reintegration needs of #veterans, servicemembers & their families twitter.com/i/web/status/9…


Via @WIRED: Virtual Therapists Help #Veterans Open Up About #PTSD. wired.com/story/virtual-…

An initiative of American Legion National Commander Denise H. Rohan is for posts, districts and departments to reconnect with deploying or returning military personnel and to report those efforts on a form added to the 2018 National Membership Awards Points Manual. The Department of Michigan is successfully achieving this initiative as its reconnect program has become the “go-to” resource when a state veteran, servicemember and their family is facing financial hardship, needing assistance with reintegration, or looking for other support services.
The department’s Reconnect Committee has created thriving programs to meet the financial and reintegration needs of veterans, servicemembers and their families.

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The conference is Oct. 28-29 in Texas; telephone conference is available.

American Legion National Commander Denise H. Rohan is now extending her "Family First!" membership incentive pin to the entire American Legion Family. It's her way of supporting her "Family First!" theme and encouraging the American Legion Family to join forces when it comes to increasing membership.
Family First! pin awarded to any Legion Family member who recruits three eligible new members into The American Legion Family.

Congrats to all the winners. Thanks for preserving the organization's history.
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