Welcome to TREA: The Enlisted Association
The mission of TREA: The Enlisted Association is to enhance the quality of
life for uniformed services enlisted personnel, their families and survivors
–including veterans, active components,reserve components, and all retirees;
to stop the erosion of earned benefits through our legislative efforts; to
maintain our esprit de corps, dedication and patriotism; and to continue our
devotion and allegiance to God and Country
“Press conference of a dozen leading national veterans organizations + 30 defrauded student veterans who flew in from across the US. Teams of veterans and VSO representatives are hitting 80 Congressional offices to tell Congress to hear veterans' request on higher education act re-authorization (rules for colleges). TREA LAO Rep Ken Greenberg is second row in the middle. “
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Urgent care is one of the new benefits offered as part of the VA MISSION Act to give Veterans greater choice in their health care. The benefit is offered in addition to the opportunity to receive care from a VA provider, as VA also offers same-day services. We are working to ensure Veterans understand how to use the new urgent care benefit as part of VA’s comprehensive benefits package. In this article, we answer some common questions about the new urgent care benefit. For additional information about the VA MISSION Act, visit https://missionact.va.gov/
TREA Partners with The American Legion on 2019 Mental Health Survey
TREA members are encouraged to take an online mental health survey in support of the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Public Health Approach to Reducing Veteran Suicide. TREA is working with The American Legion to collect data on mental health issues impacting our nation’s veterans.
The survey is designed to collect data that will help TREA and The American Legion bring local resources related to TBI, PTSD, and Suicide Prevention to veterans and their families. The information collected by the survey will help determine current suicide prevention readiness, areas of potential improvement, and aid in the development of a consolidated list of available resources. The resources will be categorized by location and vetted to ensure the treatments are evidence based and beneficial for veterans.
To take the survey click on the link below
Serving the total enlisted force: Active Duty, Veterans, Retired, Reserves and National Guard
The purpose of TREA: The Enlisted Association, a nonprofit military veterans’ organization, is to primarily represent the rights and interests of enlisted veterans before the Congress of the United States when matters affecting them are under consideration. Secondly, assist its members, both professionally and culturally; to promote health, prosperity and fellowship along with their dependents and survivors through benevolent programs. Finally, to foster fraternal and social activities in recognition that cooperative action is required for the continuance of their common interests. We firmly resolve to uphold the Constitution of the United States, improve the relationship between the military and civilian populace and to maintain liaison with active and reserve component personnel of the armed forces.
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