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Vir gi nia Department of Veterans Services ( DVS ) can also help connect you to the VA and other community services. DVS provides services to veterans pre- and post-release and can assist you with connecting to benefits, rehabilitative and behavioral healthcare, employment, housing, peer support, and other supportive services. Information on DVS service lines and contacts are listed in this resource guide. Although you may feel overwhelmed, the people, organizations, and services in this guide can assist in your transition back to your family and community. As you read through this guidebook be sure to make a list of all the organizations or individuals you may be interested in contacting. Sharing this resource packet with your family and friends can also help further your research while incarcerated. We truly believe in your ability to succeed and want to remind you that there are many people who are ready to help you during incarceration, assist you with planning for your release, and returning to your community. We welcome your return to our community and hope to be there for you along the way. Best wishes for a successful return. DEANNE M. Digitally signed by DEANNE M. SEEKINS 261197 -- � - � EKINS 261197 ----����-2-���·9?.:���2��!��-:.��99�

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