Women Veterans have unique issues that need to be addressed and they need a contact person who can give them guidance in the right direction for assistance. Some of those issues are: sexual trauma counseling & care, homeless women veterans with children, women’s health care (including breast cancer), osteoporosis and PTSD, injured W/V returning from war were primary care givers, now who takes care of the family/children, gender specific disability claim (military & VA disabilities), and more. This Coordinator position is currently vacant, but please call 573-751-3779 for more information, as the Missouri Veterans Commission staff will be glad to provide assistance.
To improve the nutritional health status of financially eligible women, infants, and children in Missouri who are at nutritional risk by providing nutrition education, breastfeeding promotion and support, supplemental food, and referrals to health care.
The Missouri Veterans Commission (MVC) is a state agency established by Missouri Statute (42.007 RSMo.) to aid all Veterans, their dependents, and legal representatives by providing information regarding benefits through State and
At the Missouri Veterans Commission we value diversity because we believe in the power of our differences.
MVC strives for an inclusive work environment where equal and equitable opportunities exist for all employees.
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