Click on the green headings below to link
to other web sites.
NEW: Addiction and Suicide Amongst Veterans: Finding Hope in the Darkness
This resource offers information on the rates of substance abuse and addiction among veterans as well as contributing factors that increase the risk of addiction and underlying reasons for substance use and misuse among veterans.
NEW: Directory of Senior Living Communities
Directory of Senior Living Communities across the United States provides information about the different types of home care: nursing homes, alzheimer's care homes, undependent living, assisted living, and others.
NEW: For help finding treatment for addiction.
For help finding treatment for addiction. Addiction Center can connect you with a rehab center or detox facility that can help you start your new life. www.addictioncenter.com or call 1.877.670.2511.
Make the Connection
Make the Connection provides personal video testimonials and resources to help Veterans discover ways to improve their lives. The site also provides informational resources on mental health conditions such as PTSD and depression, and symptoms of problems such as drug and alcohol abuse.
Deans List - Veteran Resources for Smartphones and Tablet Devices
Deans List - veteran resources for smartphones and tablet devices gathers military and veteran resources, news feeds and social media into one application for easy access to veterans. The application allows instant chat with other military personnel in the Deans List community.
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Anoxic Brain Injury
This site provides a reliable, timely and complete resource for brain injured veterans. Obtain a free brain and spinal cord information packet and read extensive information about these types of injuries and treatment.
Vets4Warriors Peer Support Line
The Vets4Warriors peer support line provides easy access to well-trained veteran peers who are prepared to offer Reserve Component Service Members supportive, non-attributional conversations with a person who has shared similar experiences.
American Women Veterans Foundation
The American Women Veterans Foundation is a non-partisan, 501(c)3 non-profit organization that serves, honors and empowers women veterans and their families from all eras and branches of service.
Veterans Job Bank
The Veterans Job Bank provides a central source for Veterans to locate job opportunities without having to visit multiple sites. The Veterans Job Bank is unique in that it provides users with the ability to define their search criteria by keyword, Military Occupational Code (MOC) and location. Based on information provided, the National Resource Directory (NRD) jobs search engine sends a query to a Google custom search, which in turn pulls a selection of global job opportunities that have been posted or specifically tagged for Veterans on job boards such as Simply Hired and corporate websites.
In support of this initiative, the NRD also developed a Veterans Job Bank Widget, which allows access to the Veterans Job Bank directly from other websites. An easy to implement feature that any individual or organization can use, the Veterans Job Bank Widget allows Veterans to quickly and easily conduct a targeted job search without ever leaving the website they are visiting.
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Women Nurses Throughout War History
This website provides multiple links describing the role of women and nursing in the military during the course of United States history. It also provides links to historical information for non-nurse women in the military.
UPDATED: VA Long Term Health Study of Vietnam Era Women
If you are a woman veteran who served during the Vietnam Era (either in country or elsewhere) and are interested in learning more about the Veterans Administration's Long Term Health Study on Vietnam Era Women, you can access more information at http://www.research.va.gov/programs/csp/csp579.cfm.
Center for Women Veterans
This Center monitors and coordinate's the VA's administration of health care and benefits services and programs of women Veterans. The Center serves as an advocate for a cultural transformation (both within VA and in the general public) in recognizing the service and contributions of women Veterans and women in the military, and in raising awareness of the responsibility to treat women Veterans with dignity and respect.
Department of Veterans Affairs Home Page
Directory of Veterans Service Organizations
My Health eVet
Monitor and manage your VA healthcare as well as obtain information about diseases and medications.
Vet Center Readjustment Counseling Service
Vet Centers provide readjustment counseling and outreach services to all veterans who served in any combat zone. Services are also available for their family members for military related issues. Veterans have earned these benefits through their service and all are provided at no cost to the veteran or family. Vet Center Staff are available toll free during normal business hours at 1-800-905-4675 (Eastern) and 1-866-496-8838 (Pacific).
To Silence Ringing in the Ears
Military veterans are suffering a dramatic increase in tinnitus and other hearing damage and deserve much more research funding to find a cure. Between 2000 and 2005, the number of veterans with tinnitus disabilities more than doubled, Fagerlie said. The amount paid to veterans with tinnitus disabilities went up more than 2-1/2 times. The actual number of veterans with tinnitus may be much higher, he said, since some may not have filed for disability. Visit the American Tinnitus Association to find out more.
Personnel Records Available Online
You may now request copies of military personnel records, including
proof of service (DD Form 214), through the National Personnel Records
Center's "VetRecs" system on the Internet via www.archives.gov/veterans/evetrecs/index.html.
Military veterans or the next of kin of deceased, former military
members are eligible to use this system. Next of kin include a surviving
spouse who has not remarried, father, mother, son, daughter, sister
or brother. All others must complete Form 180, which is available
for download here.
Designed to improve service requests by eliminating mail-processing
time, this Web-based system is user-friendly with prompts for easy
navigation of the four-step system. Once the customized request
is complete, users are required to print, sign and date the signature
verification portion of their form and mail or fax it to the records
center. Failure to submit a signature verification form within 20
days of entering a request will result in the removal of that request
from the system.
Military-War Veterans Site
Jeff "Doc" Dentice, 25th Medical Battalion, Cu Chi, Vietnam
'67-'68, created this website that links to innumerable veteran-related
websites. Visit his special site honoring Women
in the Military.
Visit this site for multiple links to other internationally known
veteran related sites.
The Women In Military Service For America Memorial Foundation
The Women's Memorial is a unique, living memorial honoring all military women - past, present and future - who have served in our nation's defense during all eras and in all services.
Information and resources related to the Vietnam Babylift of 1975
and the civilian and military women who were involved.
Portal to information about the Vietnam War.
Echoes from the Wall
History, learning, and leadership through the lens of the Vietnam
Testament to the sacrifice of American military personnel during
one of this nations least popular wars. National Park Service
A place where memorials are posted for those who died, by those
All about women in the Vietnam War.
Denied: A Vietnam Widow's Story
Pauline Laurent's moving story of widowhood at age 22, and of
subsequent healing and reconciliation.
Women who served in Vietnam; photo tours, health issues, help for
San Diego Veterans Memorial Center and Museum
Home site of the living memorial dedicated to honor and perpetuate
the memory of all men and women who have served in the US Armed
Captain Barbs Women Veterans Page
Women who served from Valley Forge to the present.
Dedicated to educating the public about the POW-MIA issue.
and Daughters in Touch
To locate, unite, and provide support to sons and daughters and
other family members of those who died or remain missing as a result
of the Vietnam War.
Veterans of America
Membership organization of Vietnam Veterans: national organization,
state councils, and chapters.
Serving past, present and future women in the military.
Nurse Corps Association
Dedicated to bringing Navy Nurses together, this national association
is for caring and sharing among all Navy Nurses.
Kitchen Table Gang
This site solicits veteran support to hospitalized veterans
and troops overseas.