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IAVA Celebrates One Year Website Launch and Promotes New Offerings

May 4, 2021

New York, NY – On Thursday, May 6th, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) will host a Facebook Live announcing the organization’s newest offerings. Chief Operating Officer Sean Ullman will provide an overview of the website relaunch, Quick Reaction Force (QRF), IAVA’s mental health hotline, Vote Hub and more. This event will be open to the press and there will be time allotted for viewers to ask questions.  

As the leading advocate for post-9/11 veterans, allows veterans to better connect with each other, influence IAVA’s priorities, and provides swift and seamless access to resources and support through the QRF, IAVA’s 24/7 consolidated-care program.

“As a leading veteran service organization, we are constantly looking for ways to improve accessibility for our members,” said Sean Ullman. “With our updated website, veterans can access the care they need more quickly and efficiently than ever before, with support available 24/7.

WHO:        Sean Ullman, COO, Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America

WHAT:      IAVA Celebrates One Year Website Launch and Promotes New Offerings

WHEN:     Thursday, May 6th at 11:00am EST/ 8:00am PST

WHERE:   Join the Facebook Live event here. The event is open to the press.

IAVA is the voice for the post-9/11 veteran generation. With over 400,000 veterans and allies nationwide, IAVA is the leader in non-partisan veteran advocacy and public awareness. We drive historic impacts for veterans and IAVA’s programs are second to none. Any veteran or family member in need can reach out to IAVA’s Quick Reaction Force at or 855-91RAPID (855-917-2743) to be connected promptly with a veteran care manager who will assist. IAVA’s The Vote Hub is a free tool to register to vote and find polling information. IAVA’s membership is always growing. Join the movement at


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