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The Michigan Paralyzed Veterans of America works with Associated Community Services of Southfield, Michigan, to seek financial support from Michiganders and to spread the word about our great programs!  We hope that you will consider contributing by telephone if contacted.  In addition, you can contribute to our services online by clicking here.  Michigan’s paralyzed and disabled veterans thank you!

The MPVA Mission

MPVA is celebrating its 52nd year of service in Michigan. It is a chapter of the national Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA), operating according to the standards and practices established by the PVA.

MPVA is, however, a separate 501(c)(3) charitable organization. The Michigan programs, services, education, and outreach conducted here are made possible by local volunteers, partners, sponsors, and donors.

The mission of MPVA is to enhance the lives of veterans with spinal cord injury or disease as well as all citizens with disabilities, by advocating for civil rights, assuring quality health care, supporting continued research and education, and encouraging independence and healthy living through various health, sports and recreational programs. MPVA shall continue striving to remain at the forefront of both veterans’ benefits services and disability rights, while working toward a better quality of life for all American citizens.

 

Michigan Paralyzed Veterans of America
40500 Grand River Ave.
Novi, MI  48375
(800) 638-MPVA (6782)