VETERAN RESOURCES2020-08-19T13:58:43-04:00

Veteran Resources

NVHS knows that no matter how many volunteers we have, and as much as our Search & Rescue Recon teams travel, look for, and reach out, we can make a huge impact by having resources available to veterans online. Those veterans in transition, who are looking for answers and help before they become destitute, may find life-changing help, information and resources here. Please take the time to review all the available resources for yourself or someone you care about.

We do our best to keep this page updated with correct numbers, information, and links.
As a volunteer organization, we ask that if you find a discrepancy you email us via our contact form so we can correct any errors ASAP. Thank you.

Blog Categories & Subcategories:

  • Resources and Helpful Information
    • Immediate Helplines
    • Mental Health Questionnaires
    • Helpful Information, links & Other Sites
    • NVHS Location

Funding to help support veteran caregivers

April 8th, 2022|

A national nonprofit has launched a financial assistance program to help military and veteran caregivers cover unexpected expenses. The Bob & Dolores Hope Foundation provided a $500,000 gift to the Elizabeth Dole Foundation to launch The Hope Fund for Critical Financial Assistance. The organization wants to fill a gap for [...]

Ways To Help Veterans

April 5th, 2022|

Ways To Help Veterans Since 2009, veteran homelessness has decreased by 50%—an incredible milestone, but one that still leaves room for the estimated 40,000 veterans that remain homeless each night. In spite of the improvements in the lives of many veterans in recent years, many veterans still face significant difficulties [...]

Veterans and Civilian Life

April 5th, 2022|

Veterans and Civilian Life While returning to their families and homes can be a cause for celebrations, for many veterans, it's also a difficult process—and one that can have serious consequences for their health and well-being. In fact, according to a 2019 survey, 47% of post-9/11 veterans rated their transition [...]

Load More Posts