Service Member & Veteran Support Organizations

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Provides direct financial support to Service Members and their families for everyday living expenses, home improvements, transition and career counseling, funeral arrangements, travel expenses for military families, family counseling services and other related costs.

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www.armedforcesfoundation.org

Get essential locally-based programs such as childcare, spouse support services, emergency support, counseling, and health and wellness services that are tailored to the specific needs of the military community.

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www.asymca.org

Serves as a bridge between the families of Servicemen and women and housing, emergency, education and other support services.

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www.bluestarfam.org

Offers programs that address the mental, emotional, spiritual and relationship challenges faced by Veterans and families before, during and after deployment.

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www.cominghomeproject.net

Find the homepage for the DoD's support programs and social media for military families of all branches. Stay connected with other families and learn about new benefits and programs.

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www.defense.gov

Operates free temporary comfort homes for families of patients receiving medical care at major military and VA medical centers. Also sponsors a scholarship program for military spouses and children.

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www.fisherhouse.org

Arranges for gift boxes to be sent on behalf of deployed Service Members to family members at home during the holidays. The boxes contain a variety of pampering products and a hand written note to help comfort and support military spouses and mothers during separation.

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www.fullcirclehome.org

Provides support to disabled Veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, traumatic brain injury, loss of limbs and severe burns. Also offers transition assistance, counseling, career assistance and training, living skills, emergency funding, housing and family counseling.

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www.hope4heroes.org

White House program that asks Americans to get involved in supporting our military's needs in employment, education, wellness and public awareness. Learn how to get involved.

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www.whitehouse.gov

Provides support to spouses and children of deceased, disabled or active duty Rangers with health and wellness programs and other services vital to the family’s well-being.

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www.leadthewayfund.org

A national organization composed of Gold Star Families, Blue Star Families, Veterans and other patriotic Americans who honor the fallen, support those who fight and serve their families. Services, events and advocacy programs include Camp Desert Kids, the National Gold Star Family Registry and Operation Frontline Families.

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www.militaryfamiliesunited.org

Supports military families by connecting them with community organizations, local governments and businesses, as well as provides information and resources on family support, relocation, travel, pay and benefits, job boards and more.

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www.carlisle.army.mil

A clearinghouse for a nationwide network of local information centers, which collect and organize information from city, county, and federal sources and make them accessible to military families. Resources include military base resources, help from public charities and assistance from the individual branches of the military.

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www.militaryfamilysupport.org

Speak to live Military OneSource consultants that are available 24 hours a day. Information and assistance available to Active Duty Service Members, Reservists and family members.

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www.militaryonesource.com

Access information and resources for kids and teens on getting ready to move and what to expect, relocation, schools, volunteering and staying in touch.

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apps.militaryonesource.mil

Read information on education, employment, health care and finances and the Military Spouse Scholarship and Operation Purple Programs, which provides leadership camps for teens, family retreats at national parks and camps geared to address the needs of children and families of our nation's wounded Service Members.

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www.militaryfamily.org

Gives personal support care to Service Members and their families that do not require financial assistance.

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www.operationmom.org

Provides grants for children (3 years - 12th grade) of deployed National Guard and Reserve Service Members and the children of ALL Wounded Warriors to participate in youth sports, fine arts, camps and tutoring programs.

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www.ourmilitarykids.org

Educates state policymakers, not-for-profit associations, concerned business interests and other leaders about the needs of Service Members and their families. Includes ten priority issues identified by DoD.

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www.usa4militaryfamilies.dod.mil

Find support services and recreation activities that include BBQs, fun fairs, cross cultural events, holiday programs, tours at reduced rates, monthly birthday programs and more for Service Members and dependents. Locate individual USO Korea sites, hours, and contact numbers

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pac.uso.org

Offers wounded warriors programs and services including benefits counseling, employment assistance, family and peer support, recreational activities and advocacy, to assist as they transition back to civilian life.

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www.woundedwarriorproject.org

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