MSCPVA maintains active communication with our membership and the disabled community through a variety of resources. MSCPVA hosts an active website that provides service links to a variety of disability resources. We also produce a periodic membership newsletter, monthly advocacy bulletin, hold meetings of the membership and work with local disability organizations to ensure national and local information regarding disability issues are provided to our membership.

MSCPVA Chapter By-Laws
2015 Annual Report
2014 Annual Report
Chapter Media Kit

MSCPVA Informational Video

MSCPVA 2016 Year End Video

Chapter Announcements

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Flight Delay Information
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Discounts for Veterans

Many companies offer discounts to active, reserve and retired military personnel. There may be specific procedures or documentation required for each business, so check all the detail before making a purchase.

Oakley (eyewear, watches, others) has a special site for military and government sales >>

Best Western Hotels will honor a valid military ID >>

Sprint/Nextel offers a military discount through their Employee Value Program >> 

Nike US retail locations offer a 10% discount with a valid military ID >>
(Specific restrictions apply, information is available on the website.)

Apple has a government and military purchasing program >>

Are you interested in utilizing medical marijuana in Colorado but not sure how it incorporates with your current VA health care? Click here for more information >>

Presidential Memorial Certificates

A Presidential Memorial Certificate (PMC) is a gold embossed paper certificate inscribed with the veteran’s name that
bears the President’s signature. It honors the memory of honorably discharged deceased veterans.

HISTORY- This program was initiated in March 1962 by President John F. Kennedy and has been continued by all subsequent Presidents.

ADMINISTRATION- The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) administers the PMC program through the National Cemetery Administration.

ELIGIBILITY– Eligible recipients include the deceased veteran’s next of kin and loved ones.

REQUESTS– A copy of the deceased veteran’s military discharge document must be provided when requesting a PMC. Eligible recipients, or someone acting on their behalf, may request a PMC in person at any VA regional Office or through the U.S. mail or fax by writing to: Presidential Memorial Certificates (41A1C) , Department of Veterans Affairs, 5109 Russell Road, Quantico, VA 22134-3903

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