VetVerify.org has launched to confirm eligibility to receive a lifelong military exchange online shopping.
Veteran Service Organizations (VSO’s)
Suicide prevention hotline for veterans still falling short, more than a year after troubling report
The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) which manages the nation’s suicide prevention hotline for veterans, has been unable to implement seven recommendations from its own inspector general designed to improve the crisis line’s performance
A new website is good news for veterans. The Department of Veterans Affairs has started a website that will assist veterans seeking information on wait times as veterans facilities.
With the recent Syrian tomahawk missile attack by the Trump Administration after what appeared to have been dubious evidence of Syrian culpability, President Donald Trump lost a great deal of his loyal supporters and followers. This is because tens of millions of Americans (as well as hundreds of millions of people overseas) felt that he […]
EOD Warrior Foundation recognizes Gold Star Wives Day
The Santa Clarita Veteran Services Collaborative met Friday over a St. Patrick’s Day lunch to announce that their new Veterans Center will be located at the American Legion in Newhall.
American Military University Partners with Athletes of Valor to Prepare Student Veterans to Complete their Education, Compete in College Sports
Athletes of Valor’s mission is to support transitioning servicemen and women from service to career by leveraging the power of collegiate sports.
The Department of Veterans Affairs issued a directive stating that veterans can obtain a free medical ID bracelet and pendant through Prosthetics Service.
National Harbor supports veterans and veteran programs
National military and veteran charity, Soldiers’ Angels, continues its partnership with Lockheed Martin for a Mobile Food Distribution event serving food to over 200 at-risk and homeless Denver veterans and their families.
ReGroup – The Next Step for Veterans Leaving Military Service
Too often, active-duty service members leave the military and arrive home without any support network, advocates say.
New photography series profiling women who joining the upcoming Women’s March on Washington
With the growth in membership, TREA will have a louder voice in Washington, D.C., where they champion the preservation of military benefits
The president of the Montgomery County Veterans Service Commission contends the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas overstepped its bounds in its most recent appointment to the five-member panel.
EOD Warrior Foundation has stepped in to help an EOD veteran’s family who lost almost everything they had in a house fire
The effort to get tens of thousands of Afghanistan and Iraq veterans with less than honorable discharges medical and mental health services from the VA is going national.
The office that handles benefits and other services for more than 25,000 military veterans and veterans’ families is seeking a new leader.
Here are a few simple ways you can help make a difference on Veterans Day for our 23 million veterans
The Vertical Pool was inspired by the anticipated need of the returning wounded, and veterans of all past conflicts, who have limited options for recovery and healing at home.
Restaurants Salute Veterans and Active Duty Military with the Choice of a Free Meal on November 11; Introduces Discount Offer for Military through December 31, 2016
Five restaurant brands, from national to local, are all stepping up with generous even free offers for to all veterans and active duty military on Veterans Day.
Overall, as a veteran, you could qualify for ample benefits.
Soldiers’ Angels Hosts Mobile Food Pantry as Part of Hunger Relief Program Serving 200 Veteran Families
San Antonio based military and veteran charity, Soldiers’ Angels, continues its partnership with Denver VA Hospital for a Mobile Food Pantry event serving food to at-risk and homeless Denver veterans and their families.
Leaders Meet in Washington to Discuss Improving Public Access for Vets with Post-Traumatic Stress Service Dogs
New Survey Reveals Need for Policies Addressing Obstacles for Wounded Veterans
San Antonio based military and veteran charity, Soldiers’ Angels, partners with RBFCU for the One Year Anniversary Celebration of Soldiers’ Angels’ Mobile Food Pantry event. The monthly event serving food to 200 at-risk and homeless San Antonio veterans and their families featured double the food in honor of this celebration!
Charleston, South Carolina – Soldiers’ Angels conducted a mobile food pantry today at the Altman Athletic Center at The Citadel located at 69 Hagood Avenue, Charleston, SC 29403. Over 200 low income veterans and their families were supported. Each family received 50 pounds of food, including fresh fruits and vegetables. The pantry was conducted in […]
Proceeds from cases of Seagram’s Escape’s Variety packs sold in Chicago Jewel Osco stores helping to support Chicago-area veterans.
Today, Mercy Housing, Veterans Resource Centers of America (VRC), the City of Rancho Cordova and the County of Sacramento announced the opening of Mather Veterans Village, the first permanent supportive housing for homeless and disabled veterans in the Sacramento region.
Disabled and homeless veterans have a new place to call home in the City of Rancho Cordova, CA.