The CVMH; its restoration and renovation, is the lynchpin to legitimizing the renewal of veteran services in Canyon County and the surrounding area. Since 2013, CVC development activities have resulted in donated labor and materials totaling $2,220,900 from over 54 private, public, and volunteer contributors towards the renovation and conversion of the 1913 Carnegie Library at 1101 Cleveland Blvd. The library, a registered Idaho Historical Building, was subject to removal of the complete interior and re-framed inside. Rough-in electrical and plumbing are complete, with HVAC and a brand new elevator currently being installed.
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The CVC is a volunteer lead 501(c)3 consortium of local posts, chapters, and teams of the Veteran Service Organizations (VSOs) of Idaho. Our organization is the national case study for innovation in the renewal and reinvention of veteran organizations, programs, and services. The VSO stakeholders of this consortium are a collaborative, out-comes based coalition who have built relationships throughout the Treasure Valley. If your organization would be interested in sponsoring one of the projects, please contact a Caldwell Veterans' Council member at (208) 899-5216.
In everything we do, we believe in improving the lives of Veterans