Can Veterans County Service Officers (VCSO) and Texas Veterans Commission (TVC) Health Care Advocates work together to better serve veterans? Yes, they can; meet David Salinas (left) and Phillip Davila (right). Salinas is the Jim Wells County VCSO and U.S. Marine veteran. In addition to assisting veterans with filing claims, Salinas works with Justice Involved Veterans, suicide prevention programs, and more. Davila is a U.S. Navy Veteran and a TVC Health Care Advocate for 20 counties. Based out of Corpus ... Continue Reading
All Requests for Application (RFAs) published by the Fund for Veterans Assistance since 2017 include a definition of VCSO Funding:
VCSO Funding. SB 1679 (85th Legislature) created a 5% set-aside for VCSO applications for FVA grants. This funding is available for General Assistance, Housing for Texas Heroes, and Veterans Mental Health grant applications with the Veteran County Service Officer listed as the Project Coordinator.
- 2018-2019 Request for Applications: Section II, “Definitions of Key Terms” in GA, ...