You have served our country, now we serve you.
On Veteran’s Day we take time to acknowledge the sacrifice and dedication of our service members and their families. At Hope Vision Foundation Veterans and their families hold a special place in our hearts. Our board has three military veterans and three experts who served in the VA low vision and blind rehab program.
This year Hope Vision Foundation would like to honor our veterans with a special thank you and a list of resources just for you.
Veterans Care Services
- VA Vision Care Services
- Blinded Veterans Association
- Disabled American Veterans
- National Association of Blind Veterans
- US Department of Veterans Affairs
- Wounded Warrior Project
- Bob Woodruff Foundation
Services for Caregivers of Veterans
- Caregivers on the Home Front – http://caregivers-homefront.org/
- Hidden Heroes https://hiddenheroes.org/
- Veteran Caregiver https://veterancaregiver.com/
- Warrior Care comprehensive resource directory for caregivers –
If you have access to VA health care you may be able to participate in programs offered through the Blind and low vision rehabilitation services. To learn more about VA blind rehabilitation services, contact the Visual Impairment Services Team (VIST) coordinator at your nearest VA medical center.
Or, contact the Blind Rehabilitation Service Program office by phone (202-461-7317)
or by mail:
Department of Veterans Affairs
Veterans Health Administration
Blind Rehabilitation Service (117B)
810 Vermont Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20420
You can also call or contact Hope Vision Foundation to ask any questions you have about Vision Rehabilitation and we will do our best to assist you.
Hope Vision Foundation Contact information.
Hope Vision Foundation
1102 A Street
Suite 300, #8
Tacoma, WA 98402
Dr. Erin Seefeldt is a board certified ophthalmologist and residency program director who has published and presented nationally. She is committed to improving vision care and vision rehabilitation services. She serves our country in the US Army Reserves.