New England Paralyzed Veterans of America

“Crisis Standards of Care”


We’ve been closely monitoring how each New England state is planning for hospitals to be overwhelmed during the pandemic, and what effect those plans could potentially have on our members and the disabled community at large.

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Before 2020 ends, help change the lives of Paralyzed Veterans! Help them live rich and fulfilling lives through therapeutic sports and recreational activities, continuing education opportunities, and most importantly, equal public access.

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Changing Lives

On A Mission

To change lives and build brighter futures for veterans of the armed forces who have experienced spinal cord injury or dysfunction by empowering them to regain what they fought for: their freedom and independence.

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Activities & Events

Adaptive Activities

Participation in adaptive sports and recreational activities provides immeasurable benefits to everyone involved. Active participation in sports and recreation activities helps improve self-esteem, encourages good health and hygiene practices, and promotes friendship among peers.

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Ways to Help
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Let your Legislators know the importance of caring for paralyzed veterans.

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There are many ways to give essential support to paralyzed veterans in need.

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Learn about who we are and what we do for paralyzed veterans.

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Our Impact
New England PVA
Impact Made

Our mission is to serve paralyzed veterans who have bravely served our country. Here are a few ways we've made a positive difference in their lives.

Veterans Served
Veterans assisted by New England region National Service Officers
Benefits Received
CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, VT Veterans received over 8 million in benefits
COVID Relief Grants
Relief provided directly to Chapter members impacted by the pandemic.
SCI/D Nursing Scholarships
Awarded to VA SCI/D medical staff for continuing education