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Connect with the Veterans Crisis Line to reach caring, qualified responders with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Many of them are Veterans themselves.

No matter what you are experiencing, there is support for getting your life back on track.

211 Texas

State-wide resources for all Texans and veterans. Help areas from: mental/physical health, rent & utilities, and more.

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Jobs help, homeless help, transportation help, emergency funds, weatherization for homes of veterans around El Paso.

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Emergency funds coupled with intensive case management for individuals in need.

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WWP helps Veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness, or wound while serving in the military on or after September 11, 2001.

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Services to the Armed Forces provides emergency funds to military and retirees, and information and referral services.

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AER provides Soldiers and their Families assistance for a wide variety of financial situations with no interest or fees.

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Endavors

Housing, case management, and homeless services for veterans across Texas. As of 2018-04-23, emergency financial aid is only for VASH clients.

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Metrocrest Services

Food assistance and emergency funds for residents of Carrollton, Farmers Branch, Addison, Coppell and the portion of Dallas that is part of Denton County.

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The Warrior Mentorship Program connects Dallas-area veterans, service members, and spouses (Pros) with business professionals (Mentors) for a year-long mentorship.

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Mesothelioma & Veterans
Every branch of the military used asbestos products during the 20th century, causing high rates of mesothelioma among veterans today. Veterans who develop mesothelioma because of military asbestos exposure can file for VA benefits and other forms of compensation to help pay for treatment and out-of-pocket expenses.

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Inspiring people to conquer challenges related to mobility and independence by providing Amtryke adaptive trykes, scholarships for therapists and many forms of community service.

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Restoring Military and First Responder Communities by Keeping Families Together by providing marriage counseling services to Veterans and their families.

 

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There are many programs out there to help you “Come Home” to help you transition into your new civilians life. Check out the link below for more details.

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