A great resource if you are in a crisis whether you are a Veteran or currently in the military.
1 (800) 273 -8255 (Press 1) if you are a Veteran
A wide range of services for active military and their families.
Veterans Administration has tons of information and resources .
Is through the VA and helps with readjustment counseling when you get out of the military.
This is a short list you can reference if you think someone you care about may be suicidal.
A resource that offers assistance to veterans and active military in getting help with substance abuse problems.
A resource that offers assistance to veterans and active military in getting COVID19 related assistance.
For more than half of the last century, the military used asbestos for shipbuilding, repair, and construction of different facilities. The armed forces utilized the toxic mineral primarily to resist heat and fire. In turn, many veterans developed mesothelioma, a fatal disease caused by asbestos exposure.
If you or a loved one suffer from mesothelioma, asbestos-related lung cancer, or asbestosis, you may qualify for substantial compensation. We invite you to fill out our form today for a free Financial Compensation Packet, filled with information about experienced mesothelioma lawyers in your area, how to get paid in 90 days, how to file an asbestos trust fund claim, and much more.
It is a Non-Profit that has many programs and services for wounded veterans and military members.
A resource that offers assistance to veterans in finding work during transition from military to civilian life.
For soldiers out of the Army. They help with finding, jobs, resume building and much more. If you are retired you will have access to their service for life.
This is a list of resources for veterans’ financial security.
Alcohol and drug addiction continue to be a pervasive public health issue among our nation’s military. This is especially true for retired military veterans. Data from the United States Department of Veterans indicates that more than one in ten veterans have been diagnosed with a substance use disorder, a figure that outpaces that general population. Additionally, many struggle with additional mental health issues that can expose their families to danger and trauma causing them to cope with drugs or alcohol. TRICARE offers accessible and affordable ongoing care to military veterans as they struggle to transition to life after service, as well as their families.