FREE Legal Advice Clinic for Veterans Available Monthly

2018.  First clinic January 10, 2018.

The Knoxville Bar Association is pleased to announce that a Legal Advice Clinic for Veterans will be held on the second Wednesday of each month  from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Knox County Public Defender’s Community Law Office at 1101 Liberty Street, Knoxville TN 37919.  The Veterans’ Legal Advice Clinic is a joint project of the Knoxville Barristers, the Young Lawyers Division of the Knoxville Bar Association (KBA), KBA/Barristers Access to Justice Committees, Legal Aid of East Tennessee, Knox County Public Defender’s Community Law Office, the University of Tennessee College of Law, and the local VA office.  This is a general advice and referral clinic and it is anticipated to serve between 20 and 30 veterans in the community each month with a wide variety of legal issues, including family law, landlord/tenant, bankruptcy, criminal defense, consumer protection, contract disputes, child support, and personal injury, among other issues.

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Delaware Valley Veterans Home joins as the 1st Veteran/Military Friendly Organization in PA

VTVT and Delaware Valley Veteran’s Home Announce Partnership

12/04/2017 12:29 PM EST

PHILADELPHIA — Today, Vet to Vet Tennessee (VTVT) announced a partnership with the Delaware Valley Veteran’s Home (DVVH) to recognize and honor Veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice during World War II, the Korean and Vietnam Wars.

This announcement represents the latest example of VTVT’s commitment to working closely with nonprofit organizations and other community partners to identify new and innovative ways to support Veterans’ health and well-being through this initiative.  DVVH is the first Veteran/Military Friendly Organization recognized by the Military Chaplains Association of America (MCA) and VTVT.

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Vietnam Helicopter Crew Chief Receives the “George Thomas Memorial Award”

Veterans Day at Redemption Church was a family affair with Randy Bradley serving as “Host.” He greeted everyone present and spoke about remembering the service and sacrifices of others who made this day possible. He then asked the Veterans to stand and be recognized as American Heroes; the Church gave them a standing ovation.  Click here to view the award ceremony.

Then he recognized Pastor Ed King as Redemption Church Pastor but also a U.S. Army Vietnam War helicopter crew chief. Randy Bradley asked Redemption Lay Leader, Ia Drang survivor and President of Vet to Vet Tennessee Freddie J. Owens to come forward for the presentation of the George Thomas Memorial Award to Pastor Ed. Click here to Read More

Update for Repairs for Heroes

This great veteran is Virgil Cooley and his wife Deanna. Virgil is going through several medical issues and cannot walk. His wife Deanna is trying to take care of him. Their bathroom floor is falling in, and the shower is very tiny and impossible for Deanna to take care of Virgil in it.  Also, they need their bedroom door to be widen for wheelchair access.

Please donate here to help Mr. & Mrs Cooley here. 

   We hope to have this project completed before Christmas but we can’t do it without your financial support.

These Service Members served our country, now they need our help. Please help.