Our Mission
We provide a platform of advocacy, education and research, communication, adaptive sports and recreation for veterans paralyzed as a result of a spinal cord injury or dysfunction.
Veterans Wheelchair Games
The National Veterans Wheelchair Games is co-presented between the Department of Veterans Affairs and Paralyzed Veterans of America.  The Games serve Veterans with Spinal Cord Injury, Multiple Sclerosis, Amputations and other central neurological impairments with the goal to increase their independence, healthy activity and quality of life through wheelchair sports and recreation.
NVWG 2019 Team Central Florida
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COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS

Although there is not an effective vaccine available to the general public, it appears as if wearing masks and keeping a safe distance from one another is helping keep people safe. As a result, PVACF is opening up some of our Sports and Recreation Programs with some restrictions. Air Rifle and Boccia will be by assigned dates and times only, will require masks and social distancing at all times. Fishing and hand cycling will require masks when not at a safe distance from one another. The office remains closed to the general public and members may come to the office but must wear masks and maintain social distancing.

LATEST NEWS

October 2020 Washington Update

Read recent news regarding legislation and regulatory actions affecting veterans and people with disabilities in our Washington Update. Read Now

September 2020 Washington Update

Read recent news regarding legislation and regulatory actions affecting veterans and people with disabilities in our Washington Update. Read Now

PVACF SCAM ALERT

Please be aware that there is a "Nigerian Based" scam being focused on PVACF members, especially board members. DO NOT reply to ANY emails that ask you to purchase gift cards. PVA Central Florida WILL NOT email (or call) you asking you to purchase gift cards. These...

OUR MISSION

Paralyzed Veterans of America Central Florida Chapter, a congressionally chartered veterans service organization that provides a platform of advocacy, education and research, communication, adaptive sports and recreation for veterans paralyzed as a result of a spinal or injury or dysfunction, in an effort to afford them with the highest quality of healthcare and life experiences.

During weekends and days when PVA offices are closed, any member (or veteran) needing assistance can contact the: PVA Veterans Benefits Hotline to reach the National organization at (866) 734-0857. Information received through the hotline will be forwarded to the appropriate program manager for action.

Other numbers you may need:

Tampa VA (After Hours & Holidays) 813-903-3600
SCI Admission Coordinator – Alan Alcantara, RN 813-972-2000 ex 2200
SCI Center Main Office to leave a message: 813-972-7515
SCI Main Fax 813-978-5913
SCI Clinic RNs 813-972-2200 ex 4545
Main Outpatient Pharmacy 813-903-4884

Learn More about Paralyzed Veterans of America

THIS MONTHS WHEELS IN MOTION

Read the latest issue of Wheels in Motion. Stay up to date with what’s going on with the Paralyzed Veterans of America Central Florida Chapter. Every month we feature stories about PVA members, special events, sports, messages from chapter officers, as well as news impacting paralyzed veterans.

This months features:

  • Robots
  • Continuing impact of COVID-19
  • PVA Bass Tour
  • PVACF COVID-19 Emergency Grant

CONTACT US

2711 South Design Court
Sanford, Florida 32773


Phone: (407) 328-7041
Email: office@pvacf.org

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