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Veteran Services


You Didn't Serve Alone.                   

You Didn't Deploy Alone.   

Let Us Be a Part of Your Recovery Team.

 

 Mission Statement

A Mission Statement communicates WHAT we choose to pursue as a result of our purpose. It includes both our current operations and highlights our future plans for reaching the Veteran Community. 

  • Connect with the Veteran Community
  • Reduce Barriers to Care within the Veteran Community
  • Provide Top Quality, Evidence-Based Services & Resources
  • Assist the Veteran Community to Reach Their Full Potential

Who's Eligible for Veterans' Financial Assistance

Our Veterans Services are available for any individual who has ever been in the U.S. Armed Services (active, reserves, national guard) regardless of branch, time served, or character of discharge. Immediate family members (spouses and dependents) of the service member are also eligible for assistance.

Some of the reasons people call our Veterans Services program include:

Adjustment Disorders

Anger Management

Anxiety

Childhood Abuse

Chronic Fears

Chronic Pain

Communications Issues

Crisis Intervention

Death of Loved One

Depression

Difficulties with Redeployment / Integration

Difficulty Adjusting to Civilian / Military Life

Divorce/Separation

Domestic Violence

Employment Difficulties

Family Problems

Gender Issues

Insomnia

LGBTQIA Needs

Loss & Grief

Military Sexual Trauma

Parenting Stress

Personal Growth & Development

Personality Disorders

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Rape / Sexual Assault

Relationship Difficulties

Relocation Stress

Retirement Issues

School Difficulties

Self-Harm

Sexual Difficulties

Substance Use Problems

Suicidal Thoughts & Behaviors

Suicide of a Loved One

Veterans’ Benefit Information


This program is made possible in part by a grant from the Bob Woodruff Foundation, which is dedicated to ensuring that impacted post-9/11 veterans, service members, their families, and their caregivers thrive long after they return home.



This program is made possible in part by a grant from the May and Stanley Smith Charitable Trust, which is dedicated to improving the mental and behavioral health and wellness of service members, veterans, and their family members by promoting timely, affordable access to evidence-based, person-centered, culturally-appropriate care that supports individual wellness, healthy relationships, and thriving families.