VCI's purpose is to enhance the lives and well-being of community residents-focusing on veterans the veteran families. VCI emphasizes assisting with social and economic needs of those who are disabled, disadvantaged, physically and mentally challenged, unemployed and underemployed, substance abusers, and current and previously incarcerated.  VCI administers this support by assisting, caring, and advocating for our nation's most precious resource-our veterans and military. 

                                                   

  • November 8th- Veterans Day Breakfast at Johnstown Middle School (former East Side Elementary)                                                                                                        
  • November 12th- Johnstown Veterans Day Parade
  • November 13th- Veterans Court Graduation
  • November 14th- JOB FAIR                 

VCI Offers program to meet the needs of our veterans.  Assisting with job search, professional resumes, educating veterans about services & benefits available to them.  VCI also is involved in the Cambria County Veteran Court Program and Operation Family Caregiver. 

Veteran Community Initiatives, Inc. (VCI)

727 Goucher St.

Johnstown, PA 15905

(814) 255-0355

vciinfo@atlanticbbn.net

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VCI Event Calendar

Our Mission

​VCI Staff & Board

Tom Caulfield-Director and VCI Board President

caulfieldt@atlanticbbn.net      


Tina Pelesky-Community Relations Director/Program Supervisor OFC

peleskyt@atlanticbbn.net       


Nancy Tavalsky-Claims Representative, Vietnam Veterans of America

ntavalskyvva@hotmail.com or 814 244-6125       


Mary Heider, Administrative Assistant, Senior Employment Program 

(814) 255-0355


Current VCI Board Listing    

Upcoming events and programs for Fall 2018 =see below and the Calendar section for specific dates, times and locations

Programs

Veteran Community Initiatives. Inc. (VCI)


“Serving Veterans and their families in the Laurel Highlands/Southern

Alleghenies community since 1993”