Here at Azusa City Library Veteran's Resources, we are driven by a single goal; to do our part in being a resource for Veterans to obtain their benefits. We strive to build productive relationships and make a positive impact with all of our pursuits. In addition, we are participating in the Veterans History Project. Our goal is to collect and preserve the firsthand remembrances of U.S. wartime veterans.
Call to schedule a one-on-one consultation with a CalVet-trained volunteer or drop by and check out the variety of resources available to service members and their families. Due to the COVID-19 Crisis most if not all County Veteran Service Offices (CVSO) are closed however they can be reached by phone, and so can CalVet at 1-800-952-5626.
The Veterans Resource Center is located inside the library near the magazine section. For more information on the Veteran's Resource Center, please contact Leila Hassen at (626) 812-5279 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The United States Congress created the Veterans History Project (VHP) in 2000 as part of the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress. VHP’s mission is to collect, preserve, and make accessible the personal accounts of American war veterans so that future generations may hear directly from veterans and better understand the realities of war.
We are beginning a Veterans History Project to collect and preserve the firsthand remembrances of U.S. wartime veterans. Check out interviews below, and if you are interested in sharing your story please be in touch.
To learn more about the Azusa City Library's participation in this project or to share your story, contact Jennifer Agnew at (626) 812-5177or email@example.com.
Through our Community Development, we have the potential to make a real and positive change in the community. This is one of our key areas of focus here at Azusa City Library Veteran's Resources, and a source of much success for our Veterans Center. Check out these resources: