VetComm Supports the Veterans Association of North County
MISSION: Assist Families During & After Service
Assist Veterans and active duty service people and their families to help them navigate life during and after service.
We serve as a one-stop resource center for all active-duty military, Veterans, and their families.
We centralize services from diverse agencies to assist with jobs, education, benefits, health, and wellness.
How VetComm's Donations Support the VANC Mission
VANC Mission & Vission
VANC is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created and operated by Veterans as a one-stop resource center for all active-duty military, Veterans, and their families. We centralize services from diverse agencies to assist with jobs, education, finances, health, and wellness.
We seek to honor and support those who have served our country, bridging the past, present, and future. VANC is a vibrant gathering place in North San Diego County, where all Veterans, active-duty military, and their loved ones can reach out for help and community.
VANC engages and informs local Veterans organizations, service providers, and individuals, helping them work together. VANC seeks to be a model for other organizations that serve the military community.
Kate's Visit to VANC
(Veterans Association of North County)
Kate with Lori Boody Exec. Director of VANC
VetComm's Visit to VANC
When we visited the resource center here in our own backyard in Oceanside Ca, we were amazed at all the fine work that VANC does to support veterans and active duty service members.
Our goal as you know is to help 1M veterans get into the VA rating system in the next 12 months.
As we move toward this goal our purpose is to return some of our course revenue to charities such as VANC.
We know that this organization serves a purpose in our community and as such we are excited to have added them to our charity roster.
The resource center is home to many veteran organizations. VANC hosts many amazing fundraising events throughout the year that support their mission to serve the military community.
Here at VetComm we are most excited about the Honor Wall and helping raise funds for the build out. Please visit their site for more information.
Here are a few pictures from Kate’s visit to VANC, enjoy!
Educational Programs VANC Provides to Veterans
Military in Transition Firefighter for a Day
This program supports Veterans seeking firefighter and EMS careers by providing a hands-on experience.
Culinary Prep Cook
The class is for 4 wks.
Mon - Thru 6pm to 9pm.
Class limit 10 students.
Classes are held at local restaurants.
Yoga: Connoted Warriors
Fiber Optics & Cabling Certification
This five-week, evening program includes training in communications cabling termination, splicing, installation and testing.
Military Transition Services (MTS)
The MTS program is for active duty, veteran, retiree, Guard, Reserve, and the military spouse who is looking for a Job.
Every Thursday for six-weeks this Cybersecurity Certification Prep Course prepares students for careers in computer security.
VetComm was founded as a VETERAN FIRST organization in response to disabled veterans complaining about having to choose between the free, but “low and slow” rating service provided by veteran service organizations, and the “profit first” companies that overcharge or defraud many veterans, yet turn away thousands of others, because they’re are considered “unprofitable.” VetComm does not “sell” a veteran disability claim filing or compensation service. We provide no-cost general claims information to all members and expert guidance to our Gold members.