We here at Visitation Express, would like to thank you fr calling and visiting with us both at our web site, by phone, and for those who ente our drawing at the office for a dinner for four, check with your driver for monthly winner.
We are a part of the United States military Chaplains Association, founded in 1954 aka CGC, AOS, VE, USMCA. We are a 501-C3 non-profit corporation group licensed under U.S. Title 36. Patriotic National Observances and Organization Section 140301 Organization Section 140302 Purposes Section 140303 Powers Section 140304 Exclusive Right to Name Section 140305 Annual Report Chapter Notes Military Support Group incorporated in the State of Nevada.
Our head transportation officer is Gunnie Miller, former Master Sergeant. We are, in fact, all volunteers. You may see us dressed in the branch of service of our choice, or in a uniform which as meaning from the past such as USAAF uniform which are from World War II and different volunteer groups of that day.
When you visit our web site www.usmca.homestead.com remember we are here to serve and your opinions, point of view and remarks are important to us.
Because so many have asked, how do you support this group? It's done through DONATIONSONLY. When we are out of fuel we all walk!! Visitation Express was a former military program for vets only, today we welcome all civilians. Those who need help, the homebound, medically disabled, and those on a limited income. We provide team care, with a male and female representatiave, to take those in need to and from the VA, Hospitals, Pharmacies, Food Bank, Dental, and confirmed doctor's appointments.
APPOINTMENTS: Because of the amount of calls for information, scheduling and so frorth, we require 48 hours advance notice. Urgent Care calls are given priority, but are under a different set of guidelines. We do honor calls from Sedgwick County Hot Line and RSVP. You will find if we do not have room in one of our vans, we will endeavor to help you find another service to ride with.