“Transition” back to homelessness discharge letter from the Veterans Administration and the U.S. Vets

Posted on May 2, 2013

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I have sent my concerns of the logic and actions of the Veterans Administration and the U. S. Vets to put me back onto the streets homeless to the White House and President Barack Obama for help and assistance. And have included in our article below for review the response from the White House and also my letter sent to Ms. Jennifer Lloyd the Clinical Superviosr of the U.S. Vets and CC’d to Retired General Shinseki, the Veterans Administration along with Congress Woman Tulsi Gabbard office, the United Nations Anwarul Chowdhury, the Governor of the State of Hawaii, various Honolulu City Council members and media:

Thank You! Thank you for contacting the White House. Thank you again for your message.

The Office of Presidential Correspondence
http://www.whitehouse.gov/

From: Tina Quizon
Sent: 5/2/2013 6:03 AM
To: schang1@honolulu.gov; kmpine@hononlulu.gov; akobayashi@honolulu.gov; cafukunaga@honolulu.gov
Subject: FW: request for copy of the “transition” back to homelessness discharge letter from the VA and the U.S. Vets meeting today

To the council members of the City of Honolulu,

I am requesting for assistance and review of the logic and actions of the Veterans Administration and the U. S. Vets to put me back onto the streets homeless. Please review the email below.

Tina Quizon
808 386 1021

From: Tina Quizon
Sent: 5/1/2013 1:24 AM
To: Jennifer Lloyd; Kimberley Cook; Andrew Dahlburg; misty.kiyuna@va.gov; vaoighotline@va.gov; joanne.strohlin@va.gov; Miyake Nathan; Ron Han; Shari.Carter@mail.house.gov; Amb. Anwarul Chowdhury; djvincent@usvetsinc.org
Cc: mmcfadden@staradvertiser.com; KHON 2 News; Carroll Cox; KGMB; Tina Quizon
Subject: request for copy of the “transition” back to homelessness discharge letter from the VA and the U.S. Vets meeting today

April 30, 2013

CC: Retired General Eric K. Shinseki, the Secretary of Veterans Affairs

To Ms. Jennifer Lloyd, the Clinical Supervisor of the U.S. Vets,

I respectfully request a copy of the “transition” back to homelessness and exit date of May 15, 2013 discharge letter that you read to me today in our meeting with Dr. Kimberley Cook the CEO of the U.S. Vets, Mr. Andrew Dahlburg, Misty Kiyuna and Joanne Strohlin of the Veterans Administration. Please forward a copy to me immediately for my review of the details, and so I can understand your statement that “the U.S. Vets program is not a fit for me” a female homeless veteran.

While I do appreciate you so kindly informing me that the U.S. Vets and the Veterans Administration is graciously giving me 2 weeks before my exit back to Homelessness and that this was the choice made by the U.S. Vets and the Veterans Administration instead of me being homeless immediately as of today, April 30, 2013.

I am shocked and very concern with the logic that the U.S. Vets program and the Veterans Administration has determined it fit to put me a female veteran back onto the streets “Homeless”. Especially since the U.S. Vets did not once find housing for me or offer me any permanent housing for me to live in, but would rather spend time justifying kicking me out to the streets and writing a referral letter that while “I am not good enough for the U.S. Vets program”, maybe I am good enough for another transitional shelter that may have room to accept me.

Tina Quizon
808-386-1021


Pathways to Paradise TV Show by Tina Quizon we get down to the rotten meat of “Not Protecting the rights of Veterans” as the order of the day from the Veterans Administration and the U.S. Vets. We also posted on April 6, 2013 in our article as first reported on the Carroll Cox Radio Show about the complaints of the issues and the growing concerns with the lack of checks and balances that would protect the rights of our veterans. And although it was the Carroll Cox Show that broke this story of the 4 month old expired luncheon meat being served to Female Veterans, other media outlets were also informed, “the Honolulu Star Advertiser” city editor Marsha Mcfadden, the local news stations KGMB, KHON, KITV which have chosen to ignore the growing complaints and only portray a “sweet as sugar cane” portrait of the monkey business with daily ongoings and misuse with the federal funding.

It is also revealed to the Carroll Cox radio show how the Media outlets, “the Honolulu Star Advertiser” city editor Marsha Mcfadden, the local news stations KGMB, KHON, KITV turned a blind eye to help ensure that our tax payers money and the services being provided by the vendor U.S. Vets is not harming or dis-empowering the veterans. That the funding, federal equipment and vehicles provided by the Veterans Administration is not misused for an “employees own personal private use” for religious church functions. Learn more about the issues and see the photo’s with the links to the radio show at:

http://www.carrollcox.com/Show010613.htm,

http://www.carrollcox.com/Show032413.htm,

http://www.carrollcox.com/Show033113.htm,

https://tinaquizon.wordpress.com/2013/04/06/not-protecting-the-rights-of-veterans-the-order-of-the-day-from-the-veterans-administration-and-the-u-s-vets/

Shocked and very concern with the logic that the U.S. Vets program and the Veterans Administration has determined it fit to put me a female veteran back onto the streets “Homeless”. In this photo the COO Mr. Darryl Vincent and Stephen Peck, M.S.W., President & CEO.

Shocked and very concern with the logic that the U.S. Vets program and the Veterans Administration has determined it fit to put me a female veteran back onto the streets “Homeless”. In this photo the COO Mr. Darryl Vincent and Stephen Peck, M.S.W., President & CEO.

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