NCHV Statement on Dobbs Decision


NCHV Statement on Dobbs Decision Today, the United States Supreme Court overturned the ruling in Roe v Wade that previously legalized abortions in the United States. This decision removes federal protections for abortion access and the lowest income people in this country are most likely to bear the burden. At NCHV, we are concerned about this decision and the impact it will have on veterans, including those at risk of/experiencing homelessness for several reasons. Currently, women veterans are not able to receive copay-free contraceptives from the VA, a barrier to unintended pregnancies. A report from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center [...]

NCHV Statement on Dobbs Decision2022-06-24T21:11:36+00:00

NCHV Testifies at House Veterans’ Affairs Committee


On March 16th, 2022, the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Veterans Affairs conducted a hearing to consider proposals and draft bills including a few directly impacting Veteran Homelessness. Click HERE to read NCHV's testimony, and HERE to watch the Hearing.

NCHV Testifies at House Veterans’ Affairs Committee2022-03-16T19:57:25+00:00
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