Veteran's Affairs, Orgs & Benefits

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Guide to Veterans' Laws and Benefits

The Secretary of State's Citizen Information Service and the Department of Veterans' Services collaborate to produce a guide called Veterans' Laws and Benefits.
You can download a PDF formatted version of the guide or view the guide in your browser as an html document.
The Veterans' Laws and Benefits guides are available from the Citizen Information Service by calling 617-727-7030 / 800-392-6090 (toll-free in MA only).

VetJobs.com

VetJobs is available to assist ALL members of "The United States Military Family".   This includes Officer and Enlisted, Active Duty, Transitioning Military, Reservists, Veterans, Retirees, of the Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, Marine Corps, Merchant Marine, National Guard, Navy, NOAA and Public Health Service along with Trailing Spouses, Eligible Former Spouses, Widows, Widowers and Dependents and DOD civilians.
Exclusively sponsored by Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States.

Soldier On for Veteran Senior Housing

On any given night, more than 275,000 veterans can be found huddled on the streets and under the bridges of our country.   One in five homeless Americans is a veteran.
The veterans we serve are men and women who have served our country and who now struggle with a variety of issues.   They have mental health problems, including post-traumatic stress disorder, substance abuse problems, and other issues that require treatment.
The Department of Veterans Affairs provides health services, but was not created to address homelessness.   And other organizations that work with the homeless are not equipped to deal with the unique needs of veterans.
We're here [as a non-profit] to fill the gap and to help those who have served reclaim their lives and their place in the community.