NSCIAThere’s a valuable resource freely available to disabled vets that will make transitioning back into their communities much easier.

United Spinal Association’s membership division, NSCIA, provides unrivaled support for veterans living with spinal cord injury, multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or other spinal cord disorders.

The best part is that membership in NSCIA is free and offers disabled vets access to a variety of opportunities that will help strengthen their independence and give them a renewed outlook on life.

How? NSCIA chapters and peer support groups around the country connect disabled vets and other people living with SCI/D to local events, wheelchair sports programs, social gatherings and other fun activities. This is not only your chance to seek out new interests, but develop life-long friendships along the way.

NSCIA also has an amazing resource center that provides guidance on a variety of topics, such as employment; affordable housing; transportation; health care; home- and community-based independent living; education; peer support; wheelchairs and technology; and leisure and recreation.

VetsFirst urges you take advantage of membership in NSCIA today. You have nothing to lose and a whole lot to gain!

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