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Please join us on Wednesday, November 11th, 2020 (Veteran’s Day) at 10am for the Ribbon Cutting of the Yadkin County Veterans’ Center. The Center will be located at 208 N. Jackson Street in Yadkinville (former Town Hall and AOA Signs Building).
The Yadkin County Veterans Center will offer a variety of services to the Veterans of our community. Along with the Veteran Services office that will be moving in, we will also have office space that can be reserved by veterans agencies such as the American Legion, Disabled American Veterans, The Veterans of Foreign Wars and other agencies that assist veterans in their claims with the VA. These office spaces can be reserved by these agencies so the veterans can meet at specific times and have a private area in which to discuss the intricacies of their personal claims with these representatives.
Along with the Claims work, veterans will also be able to receive other services such as counseling through the Greensboro vet center, who will use our center as an outpost. Here qualified and certified counselors will be able to meet with veterans who suffer from PTSD, depression, and anxiety. They also offer assistance with anger management, alcohol/drug abuse, and family difficulties. We are also actively seeking out other veterans organizations to get involved that assist veterans in any way possible.
We want to be a busy hub for veterans, who can feel they have a place to come and feel at home and taken care of by fellow veterans who understand and care about their wellbeing. A “one stop shop” for anything and everything they need.