Services for Veterans

American Flag and EagleThe following resources are for the men and women who proudly and faithfully served our country.

As you may already know, transitioning from a life of service back to being a civilian can prove quite daunting, not only for the veteran but his/her family and friends as well. Indeed, coming home is particularly difficult for those individuals who have had to endure tours of duty that involved combat. From physical wounds to those that cannot be seen with the naked eye, some of our men and women of valor are forced to suffer the remainder of their lives in some form of pain. However, agencies such as those listed below are here to make the burdens of life more manageable. To view a more extensive listing of service agencies specifically created to address the needs of veterans, please (Click Here) to visit the website of Veterans' Families United Foundation.


Employer Support of The Guard and Reserve Hero 2 Hired
 USA Jobs  Vet Power
 United States Department of Labor  Job Opportunities for Disabled Veterans
 The Mission Continues  Feds Hire Vets


Army Ed Space Folds of Honor
Military Scholarships Thanks USA


 Heels On the Ground  Families Anonymous
 Give An Hour  Hearts of Valor
 Powerful Tools for Caregivers  Lots of Helping Hands
 US Department of Veteran Affairs  Philips Lifeline


Armed Forces Foundation Air Compassion for Veterans
Hope for Warriors Operation First Response
Caring Bridge Military Family Support
Quality of Life Foundation US Department of Veteran Affairs


Salute, Inc Salute America's Heroes
Operation First Response USA Cared
Modest Needs Operation Homefront
Operation Family Fund Rebuild Hope


 Hope for the Warriors  Air Compassion for Veterans
 Hero Miles  Mercy Medical Angels


American Women Veterans Grace After Fire
Service Women's Action Network US Department of Labor


Vets for Warriors Military One Source
American Red Cross The Soldiers Project
War Within Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs Zoc Doc


 Veterans Consortium Pro Bono Program  Military Pro Bono Project
 Veterans Defense Project  Lawyers Serving Warriors
 Justice for Vets  Stateside Legal
 Chilsolm, Chilsolm, & Kilpatrick  Protect Our Defenders

Please Note: A Pathway to Hope and Home does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, marital status or sexual orientation. If you need help, we are here to assist you. Sending love...Turquoise Heart - Version 2