Resources to assist our serving military, veterans, and their families. Includes links related to education, employment, health care and mental health, mentoring, and more.
Combined Arms is the largest network of resources for veteran service members in Texas, providing comprehensive support to military members and their families as they transition to civilian life through partnership with 70+ member organizations.
Benefit provided by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for veterans to attend college or receive approved training. Includes information on Post 9/11 GI Bill.
The Veterans Services Office assists veterans and their dependents with applications for compensation, pensions, hospitalization and other benefits through an intake process that includes information and referral services.
Collection of Internet resources, job listings, articles and advice, plus a free resume review for the academic job hunter. Includes a special section for military veterans seeking to work in academia.
Programming and direct services provided to HCC veterans, reservists, and their families
Provides healthcare services to enrolled veterans in the Houston area.
Official state of Texas website that serves as a repository of online resources including education, employment and VA claim assistance. Includes information on the Hazelwood Act.
Directory of resources, programs and benefits for veterans.
Houston Regional Office administers a variety of services and benefits including Compensation and Pension, Home Loan Guaranty, and Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment. Other services provided include specially adapted housing grants, benefits counseling, fiduciary/guardianship services, outreach services for the homeless, elderly, minority Veterans and women Veterans, and public affairs.
Offers a wide range of programs designed specifically to address the unique needs of veterans.
Online edition of the United Way's Community Resource Directory.
Assists veterans, reservists, guardsmen, and dependents of disabled or deceased veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Coordinates the University of Houston's veteran services to veterans, spouses, and dependents attending classes and receiving veterans benefits.
Serves veterans through readjustment counseling.
The Wounded Warrior Project provides more than 20 programs and services to injured service members and their families, in addition to numerous valuable resources.