VA can support you and your loved ones in different ways throughout your life. The VA Welcome Guide provides a broad overview of services VA can offer you. Click to read or […]
Vocational College Training for Veterans Resources & Advice for Making the Transition from Active Duty to a Trade When it’s time to close the chapter on the military portion of your […]
Helping you navigate your veteran benefit options. Guide provided by the National Council for Aging Care. The online guide covers a range of benefits available to veteran seniors including: Pensions […]
The Veterans Data Central tool provides “essential information on the social, economic, and housing characteristics of veterans in the United States.” Published by the Housing Assistance Council.
Military to Civilian Transition tools needed for success. Much like the military, the transition process requires a strategic plan, an assessment of resources, and a lot of work. The VET Roadmap […]
GoGrad.org provides several online guides and information for individuals pursuing graduate programs. Their website features specific information for military members and veterans thinking about (or on the precipice of pursuing) a master’s degree. […]
The Department of Veteran Affairs provides this helpful list of organizations and websites for veterans and their families living with cancer. Click here to see the document.
Veteran Service Officers will help you navigate the DVA’s bureacracy, and their services are free. They will help with gathering the information necessary to support a claim, filing the claim, […]
The Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) is committed to building resilience, maximizing recovery and promoting reintegration for our nation’s warriors and their families […]
If you are a wounded, ill, or injured Veteran or part of their support network, you should find this Handbook to be a useful reference. We encourage you to download […]