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Indigo Consortium
4900 NC Highway 55 Suite 160-131 Durham, NC 27713

What happens to the women who have served in the Armed Forces?  Are they really prepared for their return to civilian life, a life that is different than the one they just left as well as the one they left when they entered the service?  Many find themselves jobless, homeless, and even penniless.  Imagine having given the ultimate sacrifice to one’s country and not being able to financially support one’s family after returning to the States?

12200 E. Iliff Ave., Ste. 107
CO 80014

The Key Objective of PVA is to restore spinal cord injured or diseased veterans’ bodies and lives as close to those of Americans not suffering spinal cord dysfunction as possible. This is accomplished through programs which:  Advocate for and monitor the delivery of appropriate and high quality health care benefits and services and promote medical research to cure spinal cord dysfunction and related problems. 
Serve Our Willing Warriors
5501 Merchant View Square #263
VA 20169
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Our mission is to create a growing coalition of aware, engaged and supportive individuals, companies and communities to work alongside us as we continue to provide ongoing support to our wounded, ill and injured Warriors and Families through sponsoring “Willing Warrior” hospital events and peaceful, restorative “Warrior Getaways” at our Bull Run Warrior Retreat.

(866) 227-5853
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
Swords to Plowshares
777 First Street Pmb 515
CA 95020
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War causes wounds and suffering that last beyond the battlefield. Our mission is to heal the wounds, to restore dignity, hope and self-sufficiency to all veterans in need, and to prevent and end homelessness and poverty among veterans.

(415) 252-4788
5805 Gates Mill Place
VA 23112

Educate the Public Combat Misinformation Change the Process Regarding a little known VA Pension Benefit that is a financial resource to veterans and surviving spouses.

Why Choose

Learn About How Much You Are Eligible For & How to Apply
Get Reviews, Costs, & Availability For Eligible Care Communities Near You.
Our Service is 100% Free To Veterans & Their Families

(866) 584-7191
Veterans Advocacy Services
220 Hill Rd, Groton, MA

The work of Veterans Advocacy Services is Dedicated to the Memory of Private First Class Edward Smolinski (U.S. Army, 1969 – 1975) a Soldier who Served our Nation Honorably and Selflessly

(978) 448-9910
Veterans Outreach Center, Inc.
459 South Ave
NY 14620

Wellness & supportive services: voc offers a portfolio of no-cost services available to all veterans and immediate family members. There were over 2,600 client visits in 2014. Benefits counseling, readjustment counseling, art therapy, temporary financial assistance, housing search, peer mentoring, financial, legal and education counseling are some of the services provided. 100% of those served received case management services ensuring that every client has an individualized and holistic plan to wellness. This program is supported by government grants. Grants received for this program in 2014 totaled $2,631,301.

(585) 295-7803
910 Juliana St
WV 26101

To provide service members, veterans and their eligible family members knowledge, counseling, advocacy and support regarding benefits related to their military service.

6437 Garners Ferry Road
Columbia, SC 29209
19855 Outer Dr, #105, Dearborn, MI 48124
(313) 277-1428
163 Veterans Dr. White River Junction VT 05009