Tag Archives: VHC-Yountville

Front elevation drawing of the soon to be built Yountville Veterans Home skilled nursing facility.

TWO WOMEN VETERAN INNOVATORS LEFT THEIR MARKS ON YOUNTVILLE VETERANS HOME

As construction begins in earnest on the new $269 million skilled nursing facility at the Veterans Home of California-Yountville, CalVet recognizes and remembers two remarkable women who left their imprints on the 138-year-old campus. Mary Dunaway helped it grow in the 1950s. Virginia Mae Days, the only woman to lead the California Department of Veterans […]

DOING GOOD OFTEN INVOLVES A CHAIN REACTION OF KINDNESS, AS YOUNTVILLE HOME AND OTHERS ARE EXPERIENCING

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, stories of people doing great things for and within the Veterans Homes of California have boosted the morale of the veterans and residents, and of the staff members who care from them. Some have volunteered their time, skills, and materials to make protective equipment. Professional athletes have offered video pep talks. […]

BUTTONS HELP TO BUTTON DOWN YOUNTVILLE VETERANS HOME FROM COVID-19

In early March, with the coronavirus COVID-19’s pandemic trespass into the United States well under way, the administrator of Veterans Home of California-Yountville (VHC-Yountville),  Lisa Peake met with groups of the employees. She wanted to address their fears, and to tell them how vital they are to the existence of the Home and its veterans. […]