211Texas.org – Search resources by keyword and zip code or click on the Veteran Assistance icon.
Addiction Center – Guides people struggling with Substance Use Disorder and their families toward the care they need.
Brainline Military – Provides information for service member, veteran, guard, and reserve personnel and family members living with traumatic brain injuries and co-occurring conditions.
Defense and Veteran Brain Injury Center – Defense and Veteran Brain Injury Center helps service members, veterans, family members, and providers find answers to questions about psychological health and traumatic brain injuries.
Gary Sinise Foundation – Under R.I.S.E., the Gary Sinise Foundation builds custom Smart Homes for our nation’s most severely injured wounded warriors on its own and in partnership with the Tunnel to Towers Foundation.
Homes for our Troops – Homes for our Troops provides specially adapted homes for our nation’s most severely injured veterans of post-9/11.
Mesothelioma Guide – An advocacy organization dedicated to helping patients diagnosed with asbestos illnesses specializing in assisting veterans file claims in order to receive full financial benefits from the VA.
Mesothelioma Lawyer Center – Help clear through the confusion and get the information you need on the top asbestos lawyers in your area.
MilCityUSA – Connecting San Antonio’s military community to the many resource our great city offers.
Military Support Financial Resource Center– Support for military families, veterans and dependents: financial education and helpful resources.
Military Warriors – Open Homes – The Military Warriors Support Foundation awards mortgage-free homes to severely wounded warriors plus three years of family and financial mentoring.
National Resource Directory – Connecting Wounded Warriors, service members, veterans, their families and caregivers with those who support them.
One in Five Minds – Articles and videos on mental wellness for military children, military parenting strategies, and other resources for military families.
Operation Finally Home – Operation Finally Home is a national, non-profit organization with a unique network of experienced builders, suppliers, and supporters dedicated to building homes for wounded, ill or injured veterans, surviving spouses and their families.
Operation Homefront – Homes on the Homefront in collaboration with partners like Chase, Wells Fargo, Bank of America and Meritage Homes awards donated homes to deserving military families around the country.
Silent Professionals – Online source for vetted defense and private security jobs & personnel.
StartYourRecovery– A free, confidential tool that helps individuals take steps toward a healthy relationship with drugs and alcohol.
State of Texas Veteran Benefits – The state of Texas provides veterans with housing, financial assistance, education, employment and other state sponsored benefits.
Table Talk™: Color Me Camo – Table Talk™: Color Me Camo program is a peer-to-peer teaching tool for women Veterans to learn about self-analysis, relationships, self-development, life management and community resources.
Texas Veterans Commission E-VETS – A monthly newsletter committed to bringing you the most important information and news affecting Texas Veterans
Texas Veterans Portal – An online compilation of government information and resources for veterans, their families, and their survivors seeking information and assistance with services and benefits.
TexVet – An online veteran services provider network for veterans, military members and their families seeking federal, state, and local veteran service organization information about resources and activity-based events.
The Mesothelioma Veterans Center– provides information and assistance to veterans regarding treatment, clinical trials, and VA benefits for veterans suffering from asbestos illnesses
Veterans and Asbestos (Mesothelioma Fund)– Veterans who are seeking support for mesothelioma as a result of military service have several options for compensation. Those include claims through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and asbestos trust funds. Both provide veterans the funding to seek quick and aggressive treatments.
Veterans Land Board (VLB): Serving Texas Veterans – The VLB administers land loans, home loans, and home improvement loans; owns and operates nursing homes and cemeteries; and co-sponsors benefit fairs exclusively for Texas veterans.
Veterans Mesothelioma Treatment– Mesothelioma Treatment Community is designed to help answer questions and to be the first step towards understanding mesothelioma and taking control of your or a loved one’s mesothelioma diagnosis.
Brainline Military – Service members, veterans, guard and reserve personnel and family members enduring traumatic brain injury can subscribe to a free newsletter as well as read current and archived publications.
Grace After Fire – The mission of Grace After Fire (GAF) is to provide the means for women Veterans to gain knowledge, insight and self-renewal. GAF is dedicated to helping women Veterans help themselves.
Military.com newsletters – offer a wealth of important, free information to service members, past and present and their dependents and survivors.
Texas Veterans Commission E-Vets – an electronically formatted monthly newsletter that publishes important up-to-date information and news affecting Texas Veterans.
The Texas Veterans Voice Newsletter – the official newsletter of the Texas Veterans Land Board (VLB) featuring news and information about the VLB and veterans benefits, issues and events. The Voices of VeteransTM Newsletter is the official newsletter of the VLB Voices of Veterans Oral History Program featuring oral transcripts and ways to participate in the program.
VAloans– A online resource to help you find and compare Veterans Affairs (VA) loan lenders; provides tools and articles on VA loans.
Veteran’s Small Business Resource Guide – Getting Veterans Back to Business -Veteran’s Small Business Resource Guide.
US Department of Veterans Affairs – Online Edition of Federal benefits for Veterans, dependents and survivors.
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