There are many resources for veterans. Here are a few that we have found that may be a benefit for you.
“Military OneSource is provided by the Department of Defense at no cost to active duty, Guard and Reserve (regardless of activation status) and their families. It is a virtual extension of installation services. Visit Military OneSource today at
www.militaryonesource.com or call 1-800-342-9647."
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America is the nation's first and largest group dedicated to the Troops and Veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the civilian supporters of those Troops and Veterans.
After deployment After Deployment.org's mission is to help you and your loved ones manage the challenges that are often faced following a deployment. Here you will find information and self-guided solutions for dealing with post-traumatic stress and war memories; conflict at work; depression; anger; sleep problems; alcohol and drug abuse; stress; relationship problems; kids and deployment; spiritual guidance and fitness; living with physical injuries; and health and wellness.
Welcome Home Warrior is currently producing free family retreats for families of deployed soldiers. We have also presented a free workshop series, Coming Home/Going
Forward. These workshops are for veterans and their families, students, therapists, ministers and counselors.
TheInjured Marine Semper Fi Fund provides financial assistance and quality of life solutions for Marines, Sailors and other military personnel assigned to Marine Forces, injured in post 9-11 combat, training, or with life threatening illnesses, and their families. Our fund provides relief for immediate financial needs that arise during hospitalization and recovery as well as perpetuating needs such as home modifications, customized transportation and specialized equipment.
Defense Centers for Excellence Under the leadership of Army Brig. Gen. Loree K. Sutton, special assistant to the assistant secretary of defense for health affairs, DCoE was created in November 2007. DCoE is the open front door of the Department of Defense for warriors and their families needing help with PH and TBI issues, promoting the resilience, recovery and reintegration of warriors and their families.
|Veterans Affairs Resources||Misc. Resources|
USAR PTSD Briefing
Department of Defense
|Department of Defense||Veterans for America Survival Guide|
|Records||Living with Grief: Children & Adolescents|
|Veterans Employment & Training|
|Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment|
|Headstones & Markers||1-800-697-6947|
|Health Care Revenue Center||1-877-222-8387|
|Special Health Issues||1-800-749-8387|
|Telecom Device for the Deaf (TDD)||1-800-829-4833|
|National Suicide Prevention Lifeline||1-800-827-1000|