Other Resources


Army OneSource

Army OneSource is a single web portal providing important, credible and up-to-date information in one location for Army Soldiers and Family Members to access at any time of day, regardless of component or geographical location.

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Branches of Valor

Recognizing the unique and profound challenges facing military personnel, veterans, emergency responders and their families, Branches of Valor seeks to rekindle their hope by creating an environment of healing, linking them with practical resources,
supportive connections and Biblical solutions.


City of Houston Office of Veteran Affairs

Director Buddy Grantham 900 Bagby, Public Level Houston, TX 77002 Phone: 832.393.0992

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Operation Interdependence

The cornerstone of the OI Civilian-to-Military Delivery System® is the Civilian Ration ® (called C-rat ®). Designed for delivery to the frontlines, C-rats are individual quart-sized baggies that contain a personal note from a caring civilian at home
and a few treats such as snacks, games and personal care products. The most important part of the C-rat is the letter from a person who has never met that Soldier, Sailor, Marine or Airman, but takes the time to write his or her expressions of care and



TexVetis dedicated to providing veterans, military members and their families with equal access to information. By collecting federal, state, and local Veteran Service Organization (VSO) information, TexVet has created an online Veterans Services Provider
Network (VSPN).



Military branches and non-profits provide active duty service members, veterans, and their family member with ample funding opportunities for college. Funding and training for current personnel are usually designed to help you complete a certificate
or degree program around your military schedule. Veterans have access to monthly school funding of up to $1,500 per month and career development training. Spouses and children of servicemembers and veterans are often eligible for tuition, educational
supply assistance, and child-care aid. Learn more…


Vet Center

Vet Center #710 Southwest Houston 2990 Richmond Ave. Suite 325 Houston, Tx 77098 Phone: 713.523.0884

Vet Center #711 West Houston 701 N. Post Oak Rd., Suite 102 Houston, Tx 77024 Phone: 713.682.2288

Vet Center #731 North Houston 14300 Cornerstone Village Dr., Suite 110 Houston, Tx 77014 Phone: 713.578.4002



VetJobs is the leading Internet niche job board for reaching the 10.5 million military veterans currently in the work force, the 200 thousand active duty military personnel who transition each year, the over 400,000 members of the National Guard and
Reserve who return to the United States each year from extended deployments, and their family members. VetJobs was established in 1999 following extensive research on job and resume sites catering to the military market. The research indicated there was
a gap in sites which assisted employers in identifying the transitioning military and veteran candidate. VetJobs is operated by a seasoned management team of professionals to assist companies, recruiting firms and hiring authorities to successfully reach
the military market. VetJobs is owned and operated by veterans for veterans. In January 2000, The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States exclusively sponsored and purchased ten percent of the company. Since then, VetJobs has garnered more veteran
service organization endorsements than any other site. Major endorsements include the Vietnam Veterans of America, the Naval Reserve Association and the Veterans of Modern Warfare. www.vetjobs.com


NextOp provides companies with world-class, skilled candidates and coaches them on how to be effective employees. Our mentors work with each transitioning veteran to adjust to their new roles and cultivate the necessary skills to excel in field work,
increasing satisfaction and reducing turnover for these positions. We serve those who have served so many—our hardworking veterans.

Refuge Trauma Center

Our trauma recovery programs are focused on resiliency and reunification. The goal of resiliency is to
help the client heal from traumatic life experiences to move them to a healthy lifestyle. Reunification is an especially important piece of this program because of the ability for the client, following achievement in resiliency, to move with the family
toward healthy relationships – this being vital to the client’s children. The intensive and long term programs are developed specifically for adult men. We will use evidence based counseling treatments, primarily cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and
Eye Movement Desensitization and Repressing (EMDR), with other theories and modalities available as needed. The Refuge will see clients become healthy individuals, reestablish beneficial family roles, and productive community members.

Warrior Built

The mission of “Warrior Built” seeks to honor the service and sacrifice of combat veterans
and wounded service members who served our country by providing vocational and recreational opportunities. Vocational and recreational opportunities break through walls and foster an environment of healing, where great memories are born and new support
systems are formed. “Built” by combat veterans for combat veterans “Built” on our core values of Honor, Courage, and Commitment “Built” with the unrelenting drive to make a difference “Built” remembering the Warrior Ethos we learned serving our country

Semper Fi Fund

Semper Fi Fund is dedicated to providing urgently needed resources and support for post-9/11 combat wounded, critically ill and catastrophically injured members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families.

Impact a Hero

Impact A Hero provides immediate and ongoing support, in the form of opportunities and resources, for our severely wounded, post 9/11 combat veterans, their families, and caregivers.

Objective Zero

Roughly 20 Veterans and one current service member take their lives every day, at a rate that is over twice that of non-Veterans.
The OZ app seeks to reverse this trend by connecting every Veteran in America to peer support, wellness, and mental health resources.

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