Veterans Services
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"It is not indeed consistent with reason or justice, to expect that one set of men should make a sacrifice of property, domestic ease and happiness, encounter the rigors of the field, the perils and vicissitudes of war to obtain these blessings which every citizen will enjoy, in common with them, without some compensation."

- George Washington, 1790

Veterans and their families can access special services

at the Yuba County 1-Stop - America's Job Center.

Representatives of the County Veterans Services Office, as well as the veteran's representatives from the California Employment Development Department are always available to work with our local veterans and their families. Services include assistance with resolving veteran's VA claims, one-on-one job search services and referrals to other programs or agencies that may provide training and other supportive services to veterans and their families.


Beale Air Force Base in Yuba County is the proud home of many service men and women, who along with their families are an integral piece of our local community. The Yuba County One Stop partnership knows that these military families need the same variety of service in the workforce as their civilian counterparts.


The One Stop, working in cooperation with the Airman & Family Readiness Center, can provide a wide range of services to assist military personnel in their transition from military service to the civilian community. Eligible military spouses may also receive a variety of services intended to assist them in becoming a valuable asset to the local workforce. Military families that are new to the area can find a wealth of useful local information at the Yuba County One Stop.



Veterans Links
Special Events
Employment
Yuba-Sutter Counties Veteran Service Office
U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs
California Department of Veteran Affairs
California Employment Development Department (EDD) Veterans Programs
Key To Career Success
DOL Veterans Employment & Training Service
Access Military Records On-line
Yuba College Veterans Affairs Office
Vetswork- Calif Veterans Assistance

Central Valley Homeless Veterans Assistance Program


Military Skills to Civilian Credentials

Need information on how military acquired skills can relate to obtaining credentials in the civilian world?


[Click Here]


Post 9/11 GI Bill Training Benefits 

[click here]


  CA Veterans Resource Book Cover Image    Image- VA 2012 Benefits Handbook


   Click on Image to Display Handbook


Veterans Stand Down
 


cvhvap-_08-14-10008004.jpgHosted by the Yuba Sutter Veterans Stand Down Committee, this annual three day event is held each August at the Pavilion Arena area in River Front Park in Marysville, CA.

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The term "stand down" comes from the Vietnam war where soldiers were given the opportunity to stand down from their stressful wartime duties in the field to get some hot food and a shower, maybe take care of some personal business or get medical treatment or other services that they couldn't get in the field.


The Yuba-Sutter Stand Down event offers the same opportunity to local veterans who may be experiencing difficult lifestyles and need a break or services normally not available to them.  Free services available at the stand down include:


  • Temporary shelter
  • Hot food and free clothing
  • Health screenings and services
  • Employment and legal services
  • Help with government benefits
  • Referrals to other community programs and services

Call (530) 749-1036 for info


 

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The EDD takes its commitment to the men and women who faithfully served our nation in the military seriously. Veterans receive priority in job and training referrals and other employment related services.


Your local EDD Veterans Representatives look forward to meeting with you to discuss your employment  and other veteran related needs.  They provide friendly one-on-one service to assist veterans in transitioning into civilian employment, as well as providing help for all veterans in pursuing their employment goals.


To Contact an EDD Vet Rep, you can visit the One-Stop Center, Monday-Friday, 8:00a.m.-5:00p.m. at 1114 Yuba Street, Marysville, CA or call to make an appointment in advance at one of the following phone numbers:


 (530) 749-4888 - for Justin

  (530) 749-4889 - for Tamra

  


New Laws Grease The Gears For Troops To Quickly Qualify For Commercial Driver's Licenses


[Fed Info]   [State Info]   [Application]

 

New Veterans Training Program

VOW to Hire Heroes Act of 2011

Apply on May 15, 2012

For Veterans aged 35-60

[Click Here]

 

YOUR RIGHTS UNDER USERRA

THE UNIFORMED SERVICES EMPLOYMENT

AND REEMPLOYMENT RIGHTS ACT

[Click Here]


 

Family Military Leave Act

[Click Here for Info]



Convert Your Military MOS

to Civilian Occupations


My Next Move for Veterans



Find Your Next Career on

Vet Success.gov

[Click Here for Info]




New Veteran Family Caregiver Program

[Click Here for Info]



VA for Vets - Your Gateway to VA Careers

[Click here for More Info]



Vets101

Your Service. Your Benefits.

Your Career. Your Future.

[Click Here]




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