Strangers Step In to Help Valley Disabled Veteran Move
ALAMO – Moving can be a daunting and exhausting task, even more so when you don’t have the means to do so financially and physically.
Navy Veteran Lucia Sparks, whose 28-year-old son is also disabled, says she was struggling to find the help she needed to move from one city to another.
She contacted the Veterans Health Administration but was told they do not offer such services for disabled veterans.
Sparks says her anguish ended when strangers stepped up to help.
KRGV’s Daisy Martinez also reached out to the VA to find out what other options are available for veterans.
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