USA Cares’ Warrior Treatment Today program helps service members obtain treatment for both post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and traumatic brain injuries (TBIs).
Veterans Crisis Line
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs suicide prevention hotline provides veterans with 24/7 access to trained professionals who can help with whatever a veteran is experiencing.
Dental Care Resources for Veterans
Dentably Magazine provides an in-depth resource guide on dental care for veterans.
The Patriot Project
The Patriot Project aims to provide chiropractic care to wounded veterans, Gold Star recipients, and their families.
Small Business Administration
The U.S. Office of Veterans Business Development (OVBD) provides veterans with access to capital and preparation for starting a small business.
Score provides free business mentoring and education for those looking to start a business.
The Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans (EBV)
EBV provides veterans with disabilities resulting from service with experiential training in entrepreneurship and small business management.
Dog Tag Bakery
Dog Tag Bakery provides veterans with service-related disabilities, and their families, with a five-month fellowship at Georgetown University in Washington D.C., in which you gain real-life work experience in their small bakery.
National Military Family Association
The National Military Family Association hosts information and resources for veterans and their families, including military spouse scholarships, family retreats, and more.
Operation First Response
Operation First Response assists families of wounded service members with emergency resources, including rent and mortgage payments, utilities, vehicle payments and repairs, food, travel, and transportation.
Operation Home Front
Operation Home Front provides wounded veterans and their families with emergency financial, legal, and other needed assistance.
National Veterans Legal Services Program
The NVLSP provides volunteer lawyers and advocates to help veterans obtain benefits owed to them for their military service.
AMVETS is engaged in developing public policy on veteran-related issues, such as VA funding, homelessness, retirement pay, and disability compensation.
Volunteers of America
Volunteers of America provides veterans with resources to help with homelessness, unemployment, mental health, substance abuse, suicide risk, TBIs, and sexual trauma.
Wounded Warrior Project
The Wounded Warrior Project provides veterans with mental and physical wellness programs, including career and VA benefits counseling.
Retreats & Outdoor Therapy
Project Healing Waters
Project Healing Waters offers disabled veterans an outdoor fly fishing experience with a focus on physical and emotional rehabilitation.
Camp Patriot’s goal is to transform the lives of wounded and disabled veterans through outdoor programs at their ranch in Montana, including back-country horseback riding, ATV adventures, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, trail running, hiking, boating, and fishing.
Gratitude America sponsors retreats for veterans that include a no-cost, 4-day experience designed to help them heal from active duty and transition to a life at home.
Hearts of Valor
Hearts of Valor provides caretakers of veterans with a community and support system as they care for their wounded veterans.
Never Alone is managed by the Armed Services Ministry of the American Bible Society and aims to help meet the spiritual needs of veterans and their families.
Operation Restored Warrior
Operation Reforged Warrior is a Christian society that helps veterans and their families overcome the negative effects of combat through spiritual healing.
REBOOT Recovery provides veterans with a resource to heal from the trauma and crisis of military service, including the spiritual aspects of combat.