Support for Military Personnel and Families
USSOCOM Care Coalition
In Aug 2005, the USSOCOM Care Coalition was established by the Commander, U.S. Special Operations Command to track, support, and advocate for special operations forces casualties from the Global War on Terror for life. We work with government organizations such as the Department of Defense, Services (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps), military health care (TRICARE), and the Department of Veteran's Affairs to ensure the needs of casualties and families are supported by those charged to provide services for casualties and their families. When a need doesn't fit into a government program the USSOCOM Care Coalition looks to non-government organizations with missions/charters that align with the need of the casualty or their family.
An informational video on this website features surviving families working with the Department of Veterans Affairs. Family members share stories and provide information about the benefits offered by the VA.
Defense and Veteran's Brain Injury Center (DVBIC)
Funded by the Department of Defense, this agency serves active duty military, their beneficiaries, and veterans with traumatic brain injury (TBI) through state-of-the-art clinical care, innovative clinical research initiatives and educational programs. DVBIC fulfills this mission through ongoing collaboration with military, VA and civilian health partners, local communities, families and individuals with TBI. Click here to learn more.
This organization comprises a group of patriotic chiropractors who recognize and deeply appreciate the tremendous sacrifice our brave servicemen and women make to protect our freedoms. Its mission is to restore health, well-being, and quality of life to our wounded heroes, who have sacrificed their lives and bodies in service to this great nation. Services are free to participating veterans.
ABA Home Front
This website was created by the American Bar Association to provide military families with resources for understanding legal issues and obtaining law-related assistance for the problems they face every day. It features an Information Center, a Directory of Programs and a Military Pro Bono Center, all designed to deliver legal information and expert assistance to military families.
This site is a comprehensive directory of military resources and information. There is something for everyone, from databases of benefits, to locations of commissaries and exchanges. They also provide many employment and job transition resources for candidates from the military community. All of the resources and information are free to users.
Looking for employment with the U.S. Armed Forces after discharge or retirement?
USAA started off as a member owned auto insurance company for military officers in 1922. It gradually grew into a full service financial services powerhouse with a full range of insurance products, mutual funds and brokerage services. In 1995 USAA opened its membership to active duty enlisted personnel. Now it's opening the doors to anyone who has been honorably discharged from the military and their families.
Military Spouse Corporate Career Network
The Military Spouse Corporate Career Network (MSCCN) is a nonprofit military spouse employment program created and operated by military spouses. MSCCN was chartered in 2004 and funded by Concentra, Inc to help spouses continue their career. Learn more about MSCCN by clicking here.
Sewport Our Troops
This organization sends handmade pillowcases to military people overseas, providing them with a little bit of "home" while they are serving so far away from home.
Each pillowcase comes with a small handwritten note from its creator.
Sewport Our Troops prepares care packages with pillowcases and little treats such as hard candy and gum for shipment to troops in Afghanistan.
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