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PO Box 2465
Connecticut 06820

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We provide case-managed social services and limited assistance to Vietnam- and Persian Gulf War- veterans and their families. NVSF, Inc. uniquely combines family-guided case management (service coordination) and advocacy assistance while strengthening business, social and community support.

Entire veteran families have been adversely affected by the experience of combat and by other war-related factors. War does not end on the battlefield. These families continue to suffer a high incidence of chronic health conditions and problems that affect the family's physical, psychological, social and economic well-being and productivity.

We have historical perspectives on the use of Agent Orange; historical perspectives on the Agent Orange lawsuit; dozens of studies on various illnesses linked to Agent Orange exposure. We also have the latest studies on Gulf War Illnesses, and are maintaining a personal health database of Gulf vets. We also have staff members on hand who can answer any and all questions pertaining to Agent Orange. If you would like copies of any particular studies, or basic Agent Orange information, or just to talk to someone with answers, please give us a call on our toll-free number.


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According to their form 990, they received $9,111,243 but the veterans received $1,099,346. So the 88% is spent on overhead and fund raising, and the veteran gets 12%. Do you want your money to go to fundraisers or to the veteran... more »
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I just got off the phone with a lady in the office who was completely rude. I informed her that I was a 100% disabled veteran who was affected by the disasters in Oklahoma. She told me to contact Red Cross. I informed her that they were helping total loss victims. I said who do you help? She said ... more »
This non profit is a scam. I donated a boat. I was given the standard 500.00 tax deduction form. The next week I was contacted by a friend who saw my boat on craigs list for sale for 1900.00. When I called the number I talked to the man who picked the boat up from my house. His name was Wade. ... more »
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