2/18/14: Fit to Serve releases VA Access Survey
Veterans and providers are encouraged to participate in our new survey, designed to collect anonymous data about VA appointment wait times and distances to travel to VA clinics. Click here to access the survey.
1/22/14: Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America Supports H.R. 3508
The Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) announced its support for H.R. 3508 on January 22th in a letter to the bill's cosponsors. This highly-regarded organization works to advocate for the 2.6 million Veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. Fit to Serve is so pleased to have IAVA's endorsement for the bill. Read IAVA's letter
1/8/14: Blinded Veterans Association and VetsFirst Endorse H.R. 3508
Two more highly-respected veteran service organizations have indicated their support for H.R. 3508, Blinded Veterans Association and VetsFirst, a program of United Spinal. Comprised of thousands of Veteran members, these organizations provide critical support to wounded veterans. Read BVA's letter and VetsFirst's letter
1/3/14: AMVETS Announces Support for H.R. 3508
On January 3, 2014, AMVETS sent a letter to H.R. 3508 sponsors Reps. Duffy and Walz, expressing its support for the bill. AMVETS is a national veteran service organization serving a quarter million Veteran members. Read the letter
11/18/13: Bipartisan legislation, H.R. 3508, introduced to improve hearing healthcare for Veterans
Filed on November 15th by Reps. Sean Duffy (R-WI) and Timothy Walz (D-MN), the intent of this bi-partisan bill is to ensure that America's Veterans have convenient, timely access to high quality hearing healthcare. Read the release
9/19/13: First Sergeant Matthew P. Eversmann, US Army (retired) to serve as National Spokesperson for Fit to Serve
Fit to Serve is proud to announce First Sergeant Matthew P. Eversmann, US Army (retired) will be serving as National Spokesperson for Fit to Serve. Eversmann, whose US Army service spanned more than two decades, had his experience in Somalia detailed in Mark Bowden’s 1999 book “Black Hawk Down.” Eversmann was later portrayed by Josh Hartnett in the 2001 Oscar-winning motion picture based on the book. We are honored that he is lending his voice to our campaign. You can learn more about Matt and his service in our press release and in his biography.