U.S. Veteran Support Directory

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DAV Department of North Carolina
625 New Bern Ave, Raleigh, NC 27601

Various Veteran Services

(919) 833-5567
Hands for Heroes

The mission of Hands for Heroes™ is to make available to our returning Veterans Bodywork and health care services through numerous individuals and health care centers across the U.S.

Military Child Education Coalition
909 Mountain Lion Circle
Harker Heights
TX 76548

Military children move an average of six to nine times during their K-12 school years. Many make multiple moves during high school alone.  Academic courses, extracurricular programs, graduation requirements and transfer of records vary greatly from state to state and even from school to school. These frustrations, in addition to giving up friends and associates, cause anxiety in military children. Separation from a deployed parent (or parents) tends to exacerbate an already difficult situation.

The Military Child Education Coalition is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit , worldwide organization that identifies the challenges facing the highly mobile military child; increases awareness of these challenges in military and educational communities; and initiates and implements programs to overcome them. MCEC''s goal is to level the educational playing field for military children wherever they are located around the world, and to model programs that are beneficial to all highly mobile children.

National Association for Black Veterans, Inc.
Fayetteville, NC

On an ongoing basis, the National Association for Black Veterans, Inc. (NABVETS) will provide strategic advocacy on behalf of its membership with Congress and the federal administration; state administrations; county and city legislators; and other agencies and organizations.

NABVETS will provide personal advocacy on behalf of “ALL” Veterans seeking claims against the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and will foster community development by creating positive lifestyles for Veterans and their families. NABVETS will generate and preserve the historical record for minority Veterans.

No Warrior without Help
11919 Gatwick View Dr
IN 46037

No Warrior without Help serves every veteran and service member who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound, co-incident to their military service. We believe that ALL veterans that honorably served their country should be entitled to support. The veterans we serve struggle daily with the aftermath of their sacrifices they made on the battlefield. Most of us take for granted those sacrifices made and for those coping with visible and invisible injuries, we are here ensure that they are provided with a service at no cost. We advocate with local professionals and non-profits to partner with us to ensure the hero receives the best services available to ensure safe handling of a service animal in public. In addition to the physical wounds, it is estimated as many as 400,000 service members live with the invisible wounds of war including combat-related stress, major depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Another 320,000 are believed to have experienced a traumatic brain injury while on deployment. So involvement in a non-traditional therapeutic setting with other veterans have proven successful many times and long lasting. We have been founded on the principles that should a veteran need help and we have the ability to step in for a brief moment and truly assist with an issue, we will certainly attempt to make a difference in a heroes life. We believe in honoring the donors faith in us to use their contributions to our organization exactly where we say we use them. No Warrior without Help will not attempt to derail the trust given to us at face value and provide meaningless support that does nothing for our veterans. Nor will we use these contributions in a manner that conflicts with the values we believe in. No Warrior without Help is 100 percent volunteer and there is not a single wage earned for the tireless effort given to us by our team. Our volunteers receive compensation far greater than any financial gain can provide. We guarantee that we will not use any portion of our funds to support or promote violence, terrorist activity or related training of any kind, either directly or indirectly (including through support of other organizations or persons engaged in such activity). In addition, our organization affirms the nonprofit is not a charitable organization designated by the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control as Specially Designated Nationals or Blocked Persons. We have Non-Discrimination Policies that apply to all projects or programs funded by the organization. We will not discriminate against a person or group on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, gender identity, disability, status as a disabled veteran, political preference, sexual orientation, pregnancy, membership or non-membership in any lawful organization, or other basis prohibited by local laws or regulations.

Still Serving Veterans
626 Clinton Ave W #200, Huntsville, AL 35801

Since we started in 2006 we have empowered over 50,000 Veterans with assistance in securing meaningful employment, or the Veteran benefits they have earned. All these services are provided at no charge thanks to the kind donations and partnerships from people like you!

(256) 883-7035
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Domiciliary Care Program
3001 C St, Anchorage, AK 99503

US Department of VeteransAffairs

(907) 273-4000
UNCG Veterans Resource Center
1540 Spring Garden St, Greensboro, NC 27412

University Veteran Support Services

(336) 334-5632
United States War Veterans PTSD Foundation
5791 West Kesler Street
AZ 85226

Neurofeedback and psychological processing for the treatment of PTSD.

Veteran’s PATH
PO Box 2276
Mt. Juliet
TN 37121

Veteran’s PATH enables returning veterans to rediscover meaning, purpose, and joy in their lives through mindfulness, meditation, and a safe community.

Veterans Count

A Program of Easterseals
Welcome to the Veterans Count website. We are the philanthropic arm of Easterseals Military and Veterans Services, which provides resources and services to veterans, service members and their families. Easterseals Military and Veterans Services, in conjunction with Veterans Count, developed a one-of-a-kind program which has a proven track record of helping service members and their families with a wide range of family, personal and financial needs.

603) 621-3570
Maine Fallen Heroes Foundation
P.O. Box #226
ME 04212

: We’re here to support Gold Star family members who have lost a loved one during combat or due to accident or illness during active duty or reserve military service since WWII. Our families come from all over Maine and embrace each other with compassion and understanding. By sharing with each other after the death of their beloved, we make life easier for survivors because we understand exactly how they feel today and how they may feel tomorrow. The Maine Fallen Heroes Foundation is one of the only organizations in the State of Maine that financially supports the families of our fallen military heroes. Our support system helps those in need of things that government benefits don’t cover and yes, there are quite a

Comfort For America’s Uniformed Services
4114 Legato Road Suite B
VA 22033

Cause programs provide opportunities for recreation, relaxation and resiliency for wounded, ill, and injured members of the U.S. Armed Services and those supporting their recovery.

To recover physically and emotionally, wounded warriors need more than medical care alone. They need engaging social interaction, pleasurable activities designed to combat isolation and depression, and tangible expressions of appreciation and support from a grateful nation. Cause steps in to provide that support to wounded servicemen and women, their families and their caregivers

Semper K9 Assistance Dogs
PO Box 451
VA 22134

: Combat veteran founded and operated, Semper K9’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for wounded, critically ill and injured members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families by providing them assistance dogs. Using rescued and donated dogs we provide service dogs for psychiatric alert and mobility challenges free of charge to wounded service members.

Target demographics: U.S. Service Members and their families

Air Force Aid Society Inc
241 18th St South
VA 22202
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To support airmen and enhance the air force mission by relieving emergency financial distress, helping airmen and their families achieve their educational goals, and improving their quality of life through proactive community programs. In 2014, the society provided over $16. 9 million in direct support to airmen.

Programs: Education assistance - the General Henry Happ" Arnold education grant program provides needs-based educational grants to children and spouses of active duty, retired, and deceased airmen, helping them to realize their education goals. In 2014, the society awarded over $6. 0 million in grants to 2,714 students to help pay for college. In addition, the society awards merit-based scholarships for the highest-achieving incoming freshmen. Selection is based on a student's cumulative gpa, sat/act scores, transcripts, activities, and a written essay on a specific topic chosen by the society. In 2014, the society awarded 15 $5,000 scholarships, equating to an additional $75,000 in additional educational support to air force families.

(703) 972-2650