Disabled Veterans Services Inc

Rating: 1 stars   17 reviews


3960 Howard Hughes Pkwy Las Vegas NV 89169 USA


Mission is to help motivate, and offer assistance programs to disabled veterans in order to assist the service related disabled veteran in regaining their position back into society. In addition to linking disabled veterans seeking employment with potential employers.


Facilitated the donation and delivery of hygiene supplies, food and clothing to operation gratitude for distribution to veterans, military members and their families through care packages.

support and help service related disabled veterans. Promoted and provided to the public through its web site a booklet designed to help veterans deal with post-traumatic stress disorder. Linking disabled veterans seeking employment with potential employers.

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I received a call a few minutes ago from an organization calling themselves Disabled Veterans Services. Never heard of them and I am fairly active with both retired and active military. Being a disabled vet this peaked my interest. I questioned the gentleman what the ratios were and gladly went forth and claimed what they do for the vets. I asked him what parent company he worked for and he would not answer the question. He stated they have a 85/15 ratio, i.e. 85% going to veterans services. With this, I immediately assumed this was another scam. probably by Dytel.
I told him he was full of bull---- , he made me sick to my stomach and that he should be ashamed of himself for what he is doing. This is pure and simple scamming people using the need that our veterans have. These SOBs should get castrated.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Shut them down!

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