CCNVCommunity for Creative Non-Violence (Washington, DC, USA)
CCNVCommunity Care Network of Virginia (health-care billing management)
CCNVCentro Cristiano Nueva Vida (Spanish: New Life Christian Center)
CCNVCenter for Creative Non-Violence (Washington, DC)
CCNVCarson City, Nevada
CCNVCardiovascular Consultants of Nevada (est. 1977; Henderson, NV)
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government's contention that providing CCNV the right to sleep in
of Appeals to determine whether CCNV could provide alternative means to
77) The Park Service permitted CCNV to establish symbolic
I showed up at CCNV late on a Saturday afternoon in January, dressed in my worst clothes and having not washed or shaved for days.
In the shot, the CCNV building and grounds looked spic-and-span.
eClinicalWorks is also providing CCNV an interface with LabCorp[R], one of the world's largest clinical laboratories.
CCNV is a network of all of Virginia's Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs), as well as private practices and other safety providers delivering high-quality care to patients with limited financial resources.
CCNV asked Reid to create a sculpture of a homeless nativity scene--a father, mother, and baby on a box on a steam grate.
The CCNV succeeded in persuading the nation that homelessness required federal action, but it failed otherwise.
The court pointed out that CCNV had, in fact, contributed more than an "abstract idea.
After CCNV I, the Park Service modified its regulation to expand the definition of camping.
In the fall of 1982, as it had done the year before, the Park Service granted a permit request from CCNV to conduct a wintertime protest, this time in both Lafayette Park and on the Mall, for the purpose of demonstrating the plight of the homeless.