Veteran Resources

Veteran Resources
TitleAgencyContact info.Service Provided
VA Veterans Crisis LineVAMC 1800-73-8255 #1http://veteranscrisisline.net/First launched in 2007 as the National Veterans Suicide Prevention Hotline, the renamed Veterans Crisis Line has received more than 600,000 calls resulting in more than 21,000 life-saving rescues. In 2009, VA added the anonymous online chat that has already been used by over 50,000 individuals.
Lexington VAMC Suicide Prevention CoordinatorRebecca Willis-nichols (859) 233-4511, ext. 3223Team of clinicians at the Lexington VAMC who monitor and offer additional services to Veterans identified as high risk. Also, organize suicide prevention activities for the VAMC.
Make the Connectionhttps://maketheconnection.net/Information, resources, and Veterans' real stories. View hundreds of candid videos by Veterans' and their families. Learn about mental health issues and what works to address them. Customize content to your own experience. Locate resources in your area.
Give an Hourhttp://www.giveanhour.orgGive an Hour's mission is to develop national networks of volunteers capable of responding to both acute and chronic conditions that arise within our society, beginning with the mental health needs of those who serve and their families.
Objective Zerohttp://www.objectivezero.org/A 501(c)(3) nonprofit, The Objective Zero™ Foundation anonymously connects veterans in-need to suicide prevention resources and a support community of veterans, counselors, and concerned citizens via a mobile app.
Save 22http://save22.vet/Our goal is for SAVE22 to sponsor programs in every state of our great nation. We recognize this is an ambitious dream, however our team of veterans is highly motivated and driven beyond measure. By 2020, SAVE22 aims to employ a full-time staff of administrators who can dedicate every day to outreach and research. Ranger Rolls, Veteran Aid, Ranch Riding, Home Rehab, Veteran Outreach
Wins for Warriorshttp://winsforwarriors.org/Wins for Warriors with a mission to empower those returning from the war in Iraq and Afghanistan who stand ready to continue to serve on behalf of all of us. By supporting their well-being and overall behavioral health, we can impact not just their lives but the lives of their family and work to build a healthier community for all.
Stop Soldier Suicidehttp://stopsoldiersuicide.org/We’re Veterans who understand the military mindset and training. While we are not a crisis center and don't provide direct clinical services or therapy, we do offer a high-touch service with connection to resources for many of the stresses faced: job loss, relationship issues, mental health needs, financial worries, housing and more.
#Mission 22http://www.mission22.com/#ourcauseMission 22 has three major programs. Funding veterans to receive treatment for Post Traumatic Stress, Traumatic Brain Injury and other issues they may be facing through our many partner organizations, large scale public art to honor veterans and creating social impact for the issues veterans are facing today
Real Warriorshttp://www.realwarriors.net/The Real Warriors Campaign is an initiative launched by the Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE) to promote the processes of building resilience, facilitating recovery and supporting reintegration of returning service members, veterans and their families. Also has an app.
Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and TBIhttp://www.dcoe.mil/families/helpWe Serve: Everyone! Whether you are a service member, a family member or a clinician, or someone who supports them, the DCoE Outreach Center is there for you. We Provide: A trusted source of psychological health and traumatic brain injury information and resources. Customized responses to your specific questions and needs. If we can’t answer your question, we will connect you to someone who can
Operation Never Forgottenhttp://operationneverforgotten.org/Operation Never Forgotten (ONF) is a national nonpartisan, all-volunteer, non-profit organization supporting Post-9/11 physically and/or invisibly wounded veterans, caregivers, gold star families and deployed troops. ONF is dedicated in helping to rebuild the lives for those who have sacrificed so greatly to defend our freedoms.
Heroes Relief Inchttp://www.heroesreliefinc.com/Our mission is to take care of the ones who took care of us. We are here to help Veterans in need as well as their family members, whether someone is in need of food, shelter, clothes, and/or something as simple as an outing, we will be there.
The American Legionlegion.orgAmerica's largest veterans service organization works every day to uphold time-honored values. Temporary Financial Assistance, Operation Comfort Warriors, Support for Homeless Veterans.
Veterans National Assistance Fundhttp://veteransnationalassistancefund.org/home.aspxThe goal of our small, HONEST charity is to assist America's Veterans from all wars and conflicts through the myriad of problems that plague those who have served our nation.