American Red Cross services for veterans dates back to World War I and remains consistent with the spirit of our congressional charter. Today, the Red Cross is proud to maintain our commitment to the men and women who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.
Referrals to Community Resources
The American Red Cross offers confidential services to all veterans and their families by connecting them with local, state and national resources through our network of chapters in communities across the United States and offices on military installations worldwide.
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A wonderful Veteran Doe follower has put together this list of veteran related services. They had found some of these resources to be useful for their loved one and wanted to share them with other veterans.
I've included some clips from the links. McAfee complained a bit about the last link but it is a legitimate website.
Help and Guidance For Veterans Seeking Help for PTSD and Substance Abuse
"The Stress They Carried"
PTSD, Substance Abuse, and Mental Health Help for Veterans
PTSD: National Center for PTSD
Find a PTSD Therapist
A Guide for the Homeless and Those in Need: How to Stop Living Out of Your Car
Homeless Vets’ Guide to Stop Living On The Streets
From Construction Sites to Constructed Housing: Resources for Homeless Veterans
Building Their Life Back - The Guide for Homeless Vets
For Homeless Veterans
If you are a homeless veteran or a veteran at risk of becoming homeless, these pages provide information that you can use to seek help.
Coalition for Homeless Veterans
How to Make the Most (Financially) Out of Your Military Career
Financial Fitness from a Military Career
Financial assistance for military & veteran families
Financial Assistance for Homeless Vets
Homes for Homeless Vets: Giving America's Heroes the Support They Deserve
Homeless Vets’ Guide to Finding a Home
The Real Warriors Campaign is a multimedia public awareness campaign through the Psychological Health Center of Excellence (PHCoE) to support the promotion of psychological health, reduce stigma of psychological health concerns and encourage help seeking behavior for service members, veterans and their families.
Community and Support for Veterans
Supporting Our Heroes
Help For Veterans' Legal Concerns
Affordable Legal Advice for Veterans
If you are on my missing persons list, or any other list, and are classified as a deserter you should read the blog post linked below and consider your options.
Matthew Smith is an attorney practicing criminal defense law (including military law) in Tampa, Florida. Prior to starting his private law practice he served nine years as a judge advocate (JAG) in the Marine Corps with 7 years of those years involved with military justice, including five and a half years as a Marine Corps defense counsel. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 813-591-5913. https://mtsmithlaw.com/
Attorney Matthew Smith's blog on the statute of limitations for military desertion:
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