Tag Archives: Fresno

CalVet unveils Master Plan for future of Veterans Homes of California

The California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVet) has completed its Master Plan for the operations of its eight Veterans Homes of California. The 300-page document encompasses years of research, analysis, outreach, and reassessment, along with interviews with Homes residents, employees, community residents, agencies, and other stakeholders. It identifies the future needs of a changing veteran […]

Governor Gavin Newsom appoints seven to leadership roles at CalVet

Governor Gavin Newsom announced a series of appointments this week, with the majority of them involving positions at the California Department of Veterans Affairs. Xochitl Rodriguez Murillo, 36, of Woodland, is the new deputy secretary of Minority Veterans Affairs. Murillo has a long history of public and military service.  She is the mayor of Woodland […]

CalVet’s Veterans Homes now among nation’s best skilled nursing facilities

Before he accepted the appointment from Governor Brown to head the California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVet) in 2015, Vito Imbasciani MD made his rounds to some of the Veterans Homes of California. “I wanted to see what I was getting myself into,” he quipped. With decades of experience as a physician, including 27 as […]

Fresno veterans and staff celebrate 5th Annual Founder’s Day

Our Fresno Veterans Home celebrated their fifth anniversary this past Thursday, October 18, with a Founder’s Day celebration.  Residents and staff welcomed friends and family to the Home for a few fun activities and enjoyed special visits from US Congressman Jim Costa, California State Assembly member’s, Jim Patterson, Joaquin Arambula and Fresno County Supervisor Brian […]

Veterans move into VHHP-funded Renaissance at Parc Grove in Fresno

This week, 28 veterans packed up their belongings and carried them into their new homes at the Renaissance at Parc Grove in Fresno. This supportive housing project, which broke ground a little over a year ago, is a safe destination for veterans experiencing homelessness in the San Joaquin Valley.  The 40-unit development of one- and […]