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Veterans and service members who incurred a physical or mental injury, illness,
or wound while serving in the military on or after September 11, 2001.
You are our focus. You are our mission.
Here, you’re not a member.
You’re an alumnus, a valued part of a community that’s been where you’ve been, and understands what you need.
Everything we offer is free because there’s no dollar value to finding recovery and
no limit to what you can achieve.
Since its launch in 2007, the Veterans Crisis Line has answered nearly 2.8 million calls and initiated the dispatch of emergency services to callers in crisis nearly 74,000 times.
VA is working to make sure that all Veterans and their loved ones are aware of the Veterans Crisis Line. To reach as many Veterans as possible, VA is coordinating with communities and partner groups nationwide — including community-based organizations, Veterans Service Organizations, and local health care providers — to let Veterans and their loved ones know that support is available whenever, if ever, they need it.
Families looking for assisted living in Washington (WA) have a wide array of communities to choose from, since estimated that there are more than 30,000 assisted living communities serving seniors across the U.S., and over 520 statewide. The state is also home to a rapidly growing number of senior citizens, with adults over 65 making up an estimated 15.1 percent of the population. A resident in an assisted living community in Washington will pay $5,135 per month on average. Visit now to find an assisted living option near you!
Puget Sound Honor Flight is a national organization dedicated to recognizing our veterans by providing them, and a companion or caregiver, a free trip to Washington, DC and a tour of the monuments and war memorials at the historic center of our nation.
If you would like to nominate a veteran, volunteer as a caregiver, donate financially or just learn more about this great organization, please check out their website. You can also find applications for veteran honorees, guardians and volunteers there.
The Must-Have Guide to Moving and Storage in the Military
Did you know the average military family moves every 2-3 years? In fact, estimates have found that military families relocate 2.5 times more often than civilian families. Whether it's your first move or your fifteenth, it's always good to have a little bit of help to prepare for the process ahead. We want to help you with the process ahead, so your move will go as smoothly as possible. Here are some tips to help you with the process of your next military move.
THE COMPLETE HOME-BUYING GUIDE FOR VETERANS
If you’re a veteran and searching for a new home, you’ve come to the right place. The process of buying a home is unique for veterans, especially those looking to take out a VA loan. Not all homes qualify for VA loans and not all lenders are familiar with the VA loan process.
Finding a real estate agent who knows the ins and outs of veteran home buying benefits can help you save money and make the best purchase. This article can also help guide you through the home-buying process with details about VA loans, state-specific veteran benefits, and home insurance for veterans.
Mesothelioma and Asbestos Lawsuits
There are many avenues that may be used to collect for the damages caused by the asbestos exposure. Some involve personal lawsuits filed by an individual who is suffering from the asbestos-caused disease, or a similar lawsuit filed by family members after the afflicted person dies. Other lawsuits may be brought through class actions or multidistrict litigation.
Either way, these lawyers will help you find the information you need to get what you deserve.
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR MILITARY FAMILIES AND VETERANS
From assistance with children's clothes to auto repair, these guys have OVER 100 DIFFERENT financial resources!
SUBSTANCE ABUSE REHAB FOR
In 2015, 1 in 15 veterans had a substance use disorder, and they are more likely than civilians to have substance abuse problems with alcohol, tobacco, and prescription drugs. According to a study by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), around 3.7% of service members before the Vietnam war reported substance abuse, but recently, 12.7% of members who have served since 2001 reported drug abuse, more than tripling the pre-Vietnam rate.
While other segments of the population might turn to substance abuse for a variety of reasons, veterans often turn to substances like alcohol, tobacco, and prescription drugs when suffering from difficulties like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and homelessness.
The good news is that if you are a veteran who struggles with substance abuse, you can receive a variety of services for free from the VA including help detoxing, treatment in facilities, individual or group therapy, medications, and other services.
We compiled information to walk you through each step of the process – from learning about substance abuse treatment programs to accessing treatment. We also provide additional resources, hotlines, and funding programs to supplement or help make treatment possible.