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PLEDGE

Veterans, advocates and partners worked together to create a draft master plan for the West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs campus that will serve the entire Veteran community.

Now it’s up to us to make sure it gets built.

Join us by pledging your support to build housing to end Veteran homelessness.

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The West LA VA master plan is here!

READ THE VA WEST LA MASTER PLAN

Taking back the land for veterans

In January 2015, VA Secretary Bob McDonald signed a settlement agreement in a class action lawsuit (Valentini v Shinseki) regarding misuse of the West Los Angeles Veterans Affairs facility. The agreement established a nonprofit, Vets Advocacy; to serve as a partner in the West LA VA master planning process.

Vets Advocacy's grassroots campaign to assist the veteran community in voicing how they’d like to see VA services provided at the West LA VA campus. With the proper veteran input, the West LA VA redevelopment plan has the potential to serve as a 21st Century blueprint for VA campuses nationwide. This is a call for all veterans to learn about West LA VA’s unique history and submit ideas for VA land use and programs in the #VATheRightWay campaign.

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John Jones
John Jones

In 1888 Senator John P. Jones and Arcadia B. de Baker donated 300 acres of land establishing the Pacific Branch of the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. Read the Deed and take part in preserving the history of this sacred land.

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