WHAT WORKS FOR VETERANS?

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   Mobile Vet Center

Where you live shouldn’t limit your access to care. Meet the veterans who run Nashville’s Mobile Vet Center. They run…(more)

   The Pen Fed Foundation

A nationally recognized nonprofit organization working to meet the urgent needs of military personnel and their families in the areas…(more)

   Romy Camargo: Stay In Step

As a chief warrant officer for the Green Berets in 7th Special Forces Group, Camargo helped train Colombian troops to…(more)

   Dogs Help Veterans Cope With PTSD

Approximately 300,000 Post-9/11 veterans are identified as having post-traumatic stress disorder in this country but it’s estimated that only 1…(more)

   Montgomery County’s Veterans Treatment Court Offers Opportunity For A Second Chance

For veterans, reintegration back into civilian life after military service can be traumatic. Many vets make this transition successfully, but…(more)

   Veteran Entrepreneur Academy launches

The Texas Veterans Commission is accepting applications for the inaugural Veteran Entrepreneur Academy. The Veteran Entrepreneur Academy is a 120-day…(more)

   Different Generations Of Veterans On Learning To Share Their Stories

Jeremy Dobbins served four years as an infantry rifleman in Afghanistan, and when he got out in 2012 he found…(more)

   From The Air Force To Ice Cream, Navigating A Transition Out Of The Service

Vets have a lot in common, no matter when they served and one issue they all confront sooner or later…(more)

   Benefits counseling at multiple community locations

The Bexar County Veterans Service Office is offering benefits counseling and other assistance at multiple community locations. Officials are on…(more)

   VA expands Fry Scholarship to include surviving spouses

Surviving spouses of service members who died on active duty after Sept. 10, 2001, can now apply for the Fry…(more)