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Here are some links to various resources that we pray will be of help to you.


US Women Veterans

American Legion Women Veterans page.

Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Women Veterans page.

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Women Veterans page.

American Veterans (AMVETS) Women Veterans page.

Women Marines Association


Veterans Benefits by US State

American Legion's Veterans benefits list by each state.


Veterans Benefits Links

American Legion Veterans Benefits Link.


Service Officers

If you have questions about United States VA benefit entitlements, claims, etc. Please contact an accredited Veterans Service Organization Service Officer. Here is a partial list of Veteran Service Organizations that have accredited service officers. 

Disabled American Veterans (DAV)

Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)

American Legion (AL)

American Veterans (AmVets)

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Director of Veterans Service Organizations PDF document.


Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Substance Abuse, Depression, and Suicide.

Depression - Mental Health (va.gov)

Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships (CFBNP) (va.gov)

Suicide Prevention - Mental Health (va.gov)

Substance Use - Mental Health (va.gov)

PTSD - Mental Health (va.gov)

Coaching Into Care.

Couples Coach app.

Reboot Combat Recovery

National Center for PTSD.

DAV PTSD information

Veterans Crisis Line.

Love Our Vets, PTSD Family Support, LLC.

Specialized Equine Services & Therapeutic Riding

Home - Sacred Mountain Retreat Center (sacredmtnretreat.org). Sacred Mountain Retreat Center seeks to honor the service and sacrifice of our Nation’s wounded, ill or injured Veterans, First Responders, & Gold Star families. We are a catalyst for positive change in the lives of these heroes, we help to eliminate the noise of everyday life and encourage healing through exposure to nature, alternative healing methods, and open communication with our brothers and sisters in arms. Sacred Mountain Retreat Center brings in people suffering from PTSD, drug, or alcohol abuse for a 7-day program.

Vets4Warriors Provides sustained, confidential peer support to any veteran, service member, family member, or caregiver whenever they have an issue, wherever they are in the world. We help before challenges turn into crises.

We Defy Foundation Provides combat veterans coping with military connected disabilities a long term means to overcome their challenges through Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and fitness training.

Medline Plus MedlinePlus is an online health information resource for patients and their families and friends. It is a service of the National Library of Medicine (NLM), the world's largest medical library, which is part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). This is a FREE resource and good for looking up medications and more.


PTSD Service Animal

This Able Veteran

Jaeger Foundation - Home (thejaegerfoundation.org)


Caregivers

VA Caregiver Support Home

VA benefits for spouses, dependents, survivors, and family caregivers.


Gold Star Families and other Family support sites.

America's Gold Star Families.

Death Benefits Guide PDF document.

Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS)

Military Families United

US Army Survivor Outreach Services


Other Non-Profit Organizations that assist veterans, their families, and/or Gold Star families.

Warrior 180 Foundation

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Read this if you are going to request to be listed on this resource page.

Thank you for your desire to be listed on our ministry website resource page. We receive dozens of requests each month from business, organizations, colleges, and others to list them on our website resource page. Many of them, but not all, are simply seeking free advertisement. We desire to stay true to our mission statement and the tenants of our faith. The only links we will even consider are those that we see are there to help veterans with PTSD, their families, and our Gold Star families. We do not post links to commercial advertisement, commercial businesses, CBD, marijuana, politics, mesothelioma, cancer, or For-Profits. Having said that, there have been exceptions. We will review each request. We will not list any link for a spiritual belief system that we believe detrimental to the veteran and or family. On that point, there is no wavering.

If you would like to be listed on our website resource page, please email us with the subject header “Website resource page submission request”. In that email ensure that you answer the following questions: 

1.  What specifically do you do that helps veterans with PTSD and their families that are struggling?

2.  Do you charge veterans and their families for your services?

3.  Are you a non-profit?

4.  What is your mission statement?

5.  Are you supported or endorsed by any veteran service organizations? If so, which ones?

6.  Are you supported or endorsed by the Department of Veterans Affairs?

7.  Are you supported or endorsed by any churches or faith-based organizations? If so, which ones?

8. Any additional information you would like to provide?