Check out this list of Veteran resources for veterans and their families. If you have a site that you think we should include, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to add it to our page.
US. Department of Veterans Affairs – Visit the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to obtain information about a variety of Veteran resources and benefits that provide financial and other forms of assistance to Service members, Veterans, their dependents and survivors.
Veterans Benefit Administration – The U.S. Departments of Veterans Affairs Benefit Administration is the go to page to research all the benefits Veterans are entitled to including, VA home loans, transition assistance, pre-discharge programs and accelerated benefit claims.
eBenefits – Apply, manage and learn about benefits and services Veterans are entitled to. The Veteran resources on this page will help you better determine your eligibility for various benefits.
Vets.gov – This site is still a work in progress, but keep visiting! The goal of this site is to build a single unified, digital experience for all veterans. The outcome will be a platform providing quality and consistency for the user.
Veterans Information Portal – A continuously updated Veteran resources information site that links to thousands of external sites with benefits for Veterans and their families.
Scholarships & Financial Aid
Federal Student Aid – Both the federal government and nonprofit organizations offer money for college to Veterans, future military personnel, active duty personnel, or those related to Veterans or active duty personnel.
Scholarships for Military Families – Find and apply for as many scholarships as you can! Scholarships are gifts, they do not have to be repaid. It’s FREE money! There are thousands out there, offered by schools, employers, private organizations, nonprofits, religious groups, social organizations and even individuals.
Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center – DVBIC is part of the U.S. Military Health System and is the TBI operational component of the Defense Centers for Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury . Their mission is to serve active duty military, their beneficiaries and Veterans with traumatic brain injuries.
PTSD: National Center for PTSD – The National Center for PTSD is dedicated to research and education on trauma and PTSD. We work to assure that the latest research findings help those exposed to trauma.
IAVA – IAVA is the most diverse and rapidly growing Veterans group in America. IAVA is the voice of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans in Washington D.C. Advocacy work ensures Veterans and their families are supported, protected and never forgotten.
NCWorks Online Veterans Services – North Carolina is home to nearly 800,000 veterans. The N.C Division of Workforce Solutions provides job seeker services for transitioning service members and eligible spouses.
My Next Move – There are over 900 career options to browse. You can search by industry, enter a description of your job and have the site recommend jobs for you, or you can enter the name or code of your military classification and similar civilian careers will be suggested.
USA Jobs – Federal job search providing veterans who were separated under honorable conditions, preference over non-veteran applicants in the hiring process.
mySkills, myFuture – For veterans changing careers, this site provides tools for job seekers and employment information. Site is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor.
IAVA’s Rapid Resonse Referral Program (RRRP) – Since 2012, RRRP has helped over 5,000 Veterans and their families understand transition challenges using one-on-one case management and referral service programs. Find out how to use the GI Bill, find doctors and legal support, access emergency house and more.
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