Jim Willis is director of the state Department of Veterans Affairs.
What does SDVA stand for?
SDVA stands for State Department of Veterans Affairs
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We have 4 other meanings of SDVA in our Acronym Attic
- San Diego Velodrome Association
- San Diego Veterans Association
- San Diego Volleyball Association
- School of Design and Visual Art
- Schrock DeVetter Architects (Minneapolis, MN)
- Service Dogs for Victims of Abuse
- Service Dogs for Victims of Assault
- Sexual and Domestic Violence Action (Virginia)
- Soft Decision Viterbi Algorithm
- South Dakota Vocational Association
- Sustained Decrease of Visual Acuity
- San Diego Visual Artists Guild (California)
- Southern Domestic Violence Action Group (Australia)
- San Diego Veterans Affairs Healthcare System (CA)
- San Diego Veterans Affairs Medical Center (California)
- San Diego Visual Arts Network
- Service Disabled Veterans Business Association
- Sterk Door Vriendschap Barneveld (Dutch: Strength Through Friendship Barneveld; Barneveld, Netherlands)
- Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor (various locations)
- South Dakota Voices for Children (Sioux Falls, SD)
Samples in periodicals archive:
DSHS and the state Department of Veterans Affairs were also among nine states represented in a "Veterans Policy Academy" that started last year.
For example, Maryland requires coordination for behavioral health services among the state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, state Department of Veterans Affairs, National Guard and the U.
In Oregon, the state Department of Veterans Affairs has launched a public awareness campaign aimed at getting depressed and potentially suicidal veterans to call a U.
8 million in federal reimbursements, including about $447,022 for the Barstow home, state Department of Veterans Affairs spokesman Robert Glazier estimated.
Acting director of the Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs.
Nonetheless, the contingent of older and disabled veterans attending a recent media event watched with approving eyes as the State Department of Veterans Affairs achieved another milestone in the Southern California Veterans Home Project.
Senate Bill 838, authored by Knight, R-Palmdale, provides $458,000 to the state Department of Veterans Affairs for the design work on veteran homes in Lancaster, Saticoy and West Los Angeles.