ProVetus is a trained, peer mentoring program that helps Veterans and service members successfully transition from the military to the civilian sector. Military service can instill our Veterans with character and skills that help them become effective contributors to their communities after they transition from the military. These Veterans bring distinctive capabilities developed through real-world, high pressure experiences that give them a high level of potential to thrive in most environments. ProVetus strives to maximize this potential by providing Veterans a trained and dedicated mentor, so that mentored Veterans can become the next citizen leaders.
USO centers are found worldwide - places where service members can connect to loved ones via Internet or phone, play a video game, catch a movie, have a snack or just put their feet up and relax. Last year, USO centers were visited more than 7 million times by military members and their families.
The Ageless Aviation Dreams Foundation is a non-profit organization established and dedicated to seniors and United States military veterans, living in long-term care communities that have always had a burning desire to soar like an eagle.
Their goal is to make the benefits of shelter pet adoption a reality for military personnel, ensuring many years of friendship, companionship and joy with their honorably adopted dog or cat.
Veterans Angels, Inc. provides senior veterans and their families information and support in applying for the VA benefit to help with the cost of care. There is no charge for their service.
The Wounded Warrior Project works to service wounded servicemen and women, to encourage their well-being, and to improve their quality of life.
4899 Belfort Road, Suite 300, Jacksonville, FL 32256
Dept. 560, Washington, DC 20042
The organization helps to preserve the Women’s Memorial in Arlington Cemetery.
1735 Connecticut Ave, NW, 3rd Floor, Washington DC 20009
This organization strives for the recognition of women who have served in Vietnam and hopes to preserve the Vietnam Women’s Memorial
2600 Virginia Ave NW, Suite 104Washington DC 20037
Organized in 1980 to provide funding for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
312 Superior Avenue, Tomah, WI 54660
Since 1994 the organization has helped veterans in low-income situations and veterans on the brink of homelessness.
3033 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 630, Arlington, VA 22201
The group reaches out to families who have lost a loved one who was serving. Their services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
801 Eighteenth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20006
The group works to bring quality health care to paralyzed veterans as well as bringing a better quality of life within the workplace.
3601 Eisenhower Avenue, Suite 425, Alexandria, VA 22304
The association works with military families to answer questions on deployment issues, caring for children, and mental health issues.
333 ½ Pennsylvania Ave SE, Washington, DC 20003
This nonprofit coalition works with local, state, and federal agencies to ensure that homeless veterans receive the care they deserve.
40 Church Street, Malverne, NY 11565
Founded in 1919, the organization promotes welfare for veteran amputees and support for their families. The Amp-to-Amp program, which is sponsored by the foundation, provides new members with visits from former members.
P.O. Box 14301, Cincinnati, OH 45250
A subsidiary of the Disabled American Veterans association, this group helps veterans who have no place to stay.
P.O. Box 98088 Washington, DC 92596
The group provides therapeutic arts & crafts kits to veterans in order to provide activity for veterans and active duty patients recovering from surgery, or who have been wounded.
P.O. Box 14301, Cincinnati, OH 45250
The DAV provides support and advocacy for disabled veterans. The organization also provides assistance and represents the interests of disabled veteran’s families.
A site run by Virginia Commonwealth University that provides resources for employees with disabilities as well as veterans. (Private, for-profit)
National Association of Senior Veterans, Inc. (NASV) provides direct assistance regarding better living and health services for American Senior Veterans and their surviving spouses by operating a veteran’s support center. Helps veterans get their benefits from the VA. Membership costs $35 annually. (Private, not-for-profit.)
This site is a message board and a search engine that helps veterans look for regular employment (Private).
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