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Many of our troops are fighting the war in the Middle East. These brave men and women will not be home anytime soon. They are half way around the world–away from their husbands, wives and children–feeling the agony of separation.

But, a phone call can help. It can take them out of the death and destruction of war into the warmth of their homes–if only for a moment. It can give a soldier a chance to say “I love you” to their husband or wife or hear a 3 year old say, “I love you”. It can give faith, hope and a reason to fight on. To a soldier away from home, a phone call can be the closest thing to going home.

CWA members continue to provide a way to make that phone call. As word of your generosity has spread, the CWA Local 13000 Veterans Committee is receiving more and more requests from our friends and families for additional phone cards. So, we ask you to please continue to give and collect from anyone who wishes to help.

We are again asking every Representative to collect from all of their members, friends and family members willing to help the brave men and women who we don’t know but are willing to protect us and keep us free. The phone cards that we provide are a small token of our appreciation but mean so much to our soldiers and their families.

Collect as much as possible and turn in the donations or phone cards to the Veterans Committee. Checks should be made payable to CWA Local 13000 Community Services Fund. Please note on the check “Veterans Phone Cards”. Donations or phone cards can also be given to your Unit President so they can pass them on to the Veterans Committee.

On behalf of the American Troops, their families and the CWA Veterans Committee we thank you for your continued support.

In Unity,



Montgomery County VA Office:   610-278-3287

Delaware County Department of VA:   610-891-4646

PA Department of VA:

PA Veterans Information:   800-54-PA-VET

VA Home Loans:

Operation Home&Healing:

PA National Cemetery:

Veteran’s Law Clinic(Appeal Specialist)

PATF/Veterans Outreach:

Coatesville VA Medical Center:

VA Health Care Eligibilty:

VA Facilities Listings:

Social Security Disabilty for Wounded Warriors:

The Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, the federal Department of Veterans Affairs and local county veterans offices provide assistance to Pennsylvania veterans and their widows and children in receiving benefits for which they are eligible.

Below is a listing of key agencies.

Adjutant General’s Office
Jewelcor Building, Second Floor
100 N. Wilkes-Barre Blvd.
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18702
P:(570) 826-6244
F: (570) 821-4047

Adjutant General’s Office
Veterans Administration Center
Wissahickon Avenue & W. Manheim Street
P.O. Box 42938
Philadelphia, PA 19101-2938
P: (215) 381-3040
F (215) 381-3492

Adjutant General’s Office
Veterans Administration Building
Room 432F
1000 Liberty Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4003
P: (412) 395-6798
F: (412) 395-6535

Governor’s Veterans Outreach & Assistance Centers

Governor’s VOAC
600 Rugh St.
Greensburg, PA 15601
(800) 442-6815
Fax: (412) 834-7987

Governor’s VOAC
2 Wyoming Ave.
Wyoming, PA 18644
(800) 432-9735
Fax: (570) 693-2022

Governor’s VOAC
25 Moser Road
Pottstown, PA 19464
(800) 247-2323
Fax: (610) 326-2726

Governor’s VOAC
15 E. 12th Street
Erie, PA 16501
(800) 352-0915
Fax: (814) 453-5721

Governor’s VOAC
3525 N. Sixth Street
Harrisburg, PA 17110-1469
(800) 932-0930
Fax: (717) 234-5936

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