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Post Deployment Specialist Victoria Sprague

Post Deployment Specialist Victoria Sprague Victoria Sprague, LCSW is a Post Deployment Specialist for the Returning Service Members Team at the Ft. Wayne campus of VANIHCS..  Ms.  Sprague received her bachelor's degree in psychology from Purdue University and her Master of Social Work degree from Florida State University.  Since completing an internship at the Dublin, GA VA in 1992, she has worked all but three years serving veterans and their families.  A native of Indiana, she was employed at the Roudebush VA in Indianapolis for nearly 9 years before returning to her hometown of Ft. Wayne.  She began in the social work department of VANIHCS in 2004 and she is thrilled to be a part of the Returning Service Members program team presently.  When not at VA, she dedicates herself to spending time with her husband, two children and two cats.

Returning Service Members Post Deployment Specialist are available to GWOT (Global War on Terrorism) veterans to assist in coordinating a sometimes complex collection of services


Contact Information

Victoria's office is located at the Ft. Wayne Campus, and can be reached at (765) 674-3321 extension 71160 or toll-free 1-800-360-8387 extension 71160.  Click here to send Victoria an email*, please enter Victoria's' name in the subject line.

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