CHANNELVIEW, TX— Harris County Precinct 2 Veteran’s services has a new home in Channelview. Members of the community joined Harris County Precinct 2 Commissioner Adrian Garcia to celebrate the inauguration of the former VV Ramsey Community Center into the VV Ramsey Veterans Center. Attendees included VV Ramsey’s granddaughter, Heather Ramsey Cook, great granddaughter, Grace Jarman, as well as local World War II veterans, and many other heroes.
Precinct 2’s Veteran Services Program was first displaced in 2017 after Harvey flooded the Highlands Community Center. The program temporarily moved to Pasadena, until they were able to find its permanent location at the VV Ramsey Center in Channelview.
“I am proud to say that our Veteran Services program has a home again, and we can show our veterans – we are here to support you, and we are here for you just as you have been there for us,” said Commissioner Adrian Garcia.
For over two decades, the Precinct 2 Veteran Services Department has proudly provided assistance to US military veterans and family. Services include assistance with healthcare, transportation, pensions, compensation filings, death pension claims, burial benefits, and grave markers. For more information, call 713-274-9570.
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