Our mission is to do everything possible to expand awareness of the issues and needs facing our nation's Veterans while serving the community in which they live.

 

We do that by creating a "services oriented website" that doesn't ask for donations but provides tools and resources for those who want to serve those who have served us. All at the local level through local support!

 

The goal is to create community partnerships with local VA Medical Facilities that are creative and diverse with the focus on making a positive impact in the communities where they live and work.

What We Do

Support and Resources for Veterans in Your Community

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HOME SAFETY &

DISASTER PREPAREDNESS

We don't want your money!
We want you to serve those in YOUR COMMUNITY.

Help Prevent Veteran Suicide

According to latest VA statistics at least 20 Veterans die each day by committing suicide.  

Review the Resources on this site concerning Suicide Prevention.

Who We Serve updates the Resource page often so please bookmark it for future reference.

Whether the number is 20 or 22, 1 is too many!

Videos are available on our YouTube Channel for you to share.

Help is available on the Veteran Crisis Line.

An invisible wound is post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), moral injury, or other cognitive, emotional, or behavior condition associated with trauma experienced by an individual. 

Seeking help at the onset of symptoms is more likely to result in a successful recovery.

Veterans with invisible wounds and their families are not in the fight alone. There are several available resources within the VA that Veterans, along with their families and caregivers can access for continued support throughout the Veteran's road to recovery.

June is PTSD Awareness Month.  Few knew that actor Jimmy Stewart suffered from PTSD his entire career following his return from WWII.

Videos are available on our YouTube Channel for you to share.