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General Notes

2-1-1 —Dial 211 most anywhere in the U.S. for referrals for food, shelter, rent, utilities, medical, dental, prescriptions, senior assistance, and disabilities.
For help finding employment Hero2Hired is a good place to start.
Note: We do not list facilities, organizations, or groups whom we are aware discriminate against men or women on the basis of race, religion, origin, or gender except as noted.
If you need to conference with your colleagues you might try or Free Audio Conferencing for free conference calling.
Librarians' Index to the Internet
Known shelters are listed here. For information on Service Dogs click here


If you know of a site or place where veterans or active-duty military can seek help that isn't listed here we would very much like to hear from you in order to add it to our list. Your help will help other veterans. Send your suggestions to See also the information on the Top 10 violence-inducing prescription drugs. The problem might be with the prescription drugs the veteran is taking.

Check on a “charity” before you donate


There are many sites and organizations who are attempting to milk the plight of veterans for their own gain. If you have a negative experience with an organization listed here please let us know at and the link will be quickly deleted. Before you give to any charity you should investigate them carefully. One measure is how much of the money they receive actually goes toward the cause they support. A 2007 review of a number of veteran charities can be found here.

Many charities are simply giant money making scams and the Ten Worst are listed in this article.

They are:

1. Kids Wish Network (2.5%)

2. Cancer Fund of America (0.9%)

3. Children's Wish Foundation International (10.8%)

4. American Breast Cancer Foundation (5.3%)

5. Firefighters Charitable Foundation (8.4%)

6. Breast Cancer Relief Foundation (2.2%)

7. International Union of Police Associations (0.5%)

8. National Veterans Service Fund (7.8% or an AFR of 92.2% if you are part of CFC)

9. American Association of State Troopers (8.6%)

10. Children's Cancer Fund of America (5.3%)

Percentages in parentheses are amounts that actually go toward helping the issue they claim to be supporting. Needless to say, none of these are recommended.

The EJF recently (Sept. 2016) learned the IRS has closed down the National Vietnam Veterans Foundation (NVVF) after it was found that less than 2% of organizational revenue was going toward charitable causes.

Charity Watch also posts ratings of charities serving veterans.

In the past the EJF had little good to say about the Wounded Warrior Project but in 2016 several veterans related their first-hand experiences with this charity and it is now recommended. And posted veteran comments have gone from sharply negative to very positive. They fired their spendthrift CEO, cut staff, and realigned their mission under Michael Linnington (Lt. Gen., USA, Ret.), a wise move for this now valuable charity.

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Accessibility Store — Products for your special mobility, low vision & hearing needs.
Acronym — The cross generational battle with PTSD, a documentary.
Active Heroes
ADA Advocates — Advocates for disabled Americans, veterans, police, firemen, and families. If you are disabled and in court you must have an ADA advocate.
Adopt a U.S. Soldier — Connects supportive civilians with deployed troops.
Alpha-Stim — For relief of pain, anxiety, depression, insomnia. Veteran recommended.
American Addiction Centers
American Heroes Network — Serving the men and women who have sacrificed to defend our freedom.
American Homecomings — Joint project between the Denver Post and Digital First Media to chronicle lives of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans, and offer news and information about support services and a place to share photos and memories.
American Legion — Broad range of programs for family, youth, community and national affairs.
American Warrior Initiative
American Red Cross — Disaster relief, support for military families, health and safety training & education, lifesaving blood, and international services.
American Retirees Association — Deals with the impact of the Uniformed Services Former Spouses Protection Act (USFSPA) (10 U.S.C. 1408 et seq.).
Angels of America's Fallen — Support for children of veterans killed on active duty.
Armed Forces Service Corporation
Armed Services YMCA — Provides free or low-cost youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility programs for junior enlisted military & their families.
Army Community Service Center — Fort Carson community services.
Army One Source — A place to start when dealing with Army issues.
Army Review Boards Agency — The highest administrative level for review of personnel actions taken by lower levels of the Army and administers a number of boards.
Army Wounded Warriors — U.S. Army Wounded Warrior Program
Aspen Pointe — Colorado Springs and surrounding area.
Association of Service Dog Providers for Military Veterans — Coalition of non-profit service dog providers for veterans suffering from PTSD, TBI, and sexual trauma working to prevent suicide and improve veterans' mental health.


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Battle Buddy Info — Tabulation of some pre-vetted sources for veteran assistance.
Battling Bare — Stories of military wives and partners who will no longer be the “silent support” on the homefront. Veterans deserve the right to be healed and whole! Help combat PTSD!
Beachway Therapy Center
Buffalo Veterans Treatment Court — The first veteran court in the country was started in January 2008 by Judge Robert Russell.


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Care Coalition — Supports Special Operations Forces (SOF) wounded, ill, or Injured service members and their families.
CCHR International — The mental health watchdog.
Coalition to Salute America's Heroes
Cohen Veterans Bioscience — Working to make veteran's brain diseases predictable, treatable, and curable.
Collateral Consequences Resource Center — Collateral consequences of criminal conviction and restoration of rights: news, commentary, and tools.
Colorado Integrated Military Support (CIMS) — Network of support groups for active-duty and military veterans in Pikes Peak region. Meets 4 th Friday of each month (except November and December) from 1130 to 1300 at the SE Armed Services YMCA.
Colorado Lawyers for Colorado Veterans — Help for veterans obtaining medical care, disability benefits, reemployment rights, consumer, housing, criminal and family law matters, and legal counsel.
Colorado Neurological Institute — Treatment of conditions such as brain and spinal tumors, epilepsy, stroke, multiple sclerosis, hearing loss, movement disorders, traumatic brain injury and other disorders.
Colorado State Veterans Nursing Homes — Provides short-term rehabilitation and long-term care for veterans, spouses, and Gold-Star Parents.
Colorado Veterans Health and Wellness Agency — Mental health counseling services at no cost to the veteran.
Colorado Veterans Project — Hosts special events to raise awareness and funds for veterans and veterans organizations.
Colorado Veterans Resource Coalition — Provides assistance to military veterans in cooperation with local and federal organizations.
Combat Vets Helping Combat Vets — Confidential counseling and family therapy for military veterans and their families.
Comitis Crisis Center — Emergency family housing, shelter for homeless female veterans and their children, mental health and substance abuse treatment
Community Veterans Project — Utilizing the skills of first responders to try and intervene in the cycle of self-destruction of many veterans suffering from PTSD and/or TBI.
Combat Call Center — 24/7 confidential call center for combat veterans and their families to call to talk about their military experiences or other issues they face in readjusting to civilian life. Staff of combat veterans from several eras as well as family members.
Continuing Education Resources for Veterans


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Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Centers (DVBIC) — Part of U.S. military health system as the TBI operational component of Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury (DCoE).
Delta Dental — Veterans Affairs dental insurance program.
Designated Drivers of Colorado Springs — If you have too much to drink they will drive you and your car home for free.
Disability letter — Veterans or next-of-kin can call (800) 827-1000 for copy of a veteran's disability letter.
Disabled American Veterans (DAV) — If you need assistance dealing with the VA, the DAV should probably be your first stop. They also offer many other services and always need volunteers.
Drug and Alcohol Addiction Recovery — An online guide to resources.
Drug Dangers — Provides information on a range of medications and medical devices that have serious complications.
Drug News — Defective drug warnings, medical device alerts, and legal action.
Drug Policy Alliance — Working to end the war on drugs and promote new drug policies based on science, compassion, health and human rights.
Duffel Blog — Satire about military life and often the most reliable news.


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eBenefits — Electronic gateway to VA benefits, forms, loans, help, and other features.
Eagle Rock Camp — Provides retreats to allow military families to reconnect and strengthen their bonds following deployments and combat.
Ecumenical Social Ministries — Provides emergency services to individuals and families including food, medicine, housing, job placement, educational programs, and spiritual encouragements.
Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) — DoD office to promote cooperation and understanding between Reserve Service members and civilian employers and assist in resolution of conflicts arising from a veteran's military commitment.
Equal Access Advocates — Dr. Karin Huffer's work on disabled individuals and what the ADA requires for them in court.
Equal Justice Foundation — Attempting to help veterans and their families before they are destroyed. Follow us on Facebook as well.


Complete report (PDF format)


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Family Alliance For Veterans of America
Fatigues Clothesline Project — Offering military sexual trauma survivors a chance to be heard discreetly.
Fisher House Foundation — Provides a “home away from home” for military families to be close to a loved one during hospitalization for an illness, disease or injury.
Focus Marines Foundation (FMF) — Conceived, designed, and established by Marine veterans. Mission is to help Marines, Sailors, Navy Corpsmen, and other service members.
Free Resumes for Veterans Plus — Not just resumes anymore.
Futures of Palm Beach — Treatment of addictions and co-occurring disorders in Florida.


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Gambill On Justice
Guardian of Valor — Exposing people who falsely claim military service or unauthorized medals or tabs.
Greccio Housing — Stable, safe, supportive low-cost housing.
Greenhouse — A free browser extension for Chrome, Safari, and Firefox that exposes the role money plays in Congress and highlights key election races. Displays detailed campaign contribution data for every Senator and Representative, including total amount received and breakdown by industry and by size of donation. Puts vital data where it's most relevant so you can discover the real impact of money on our political system.
Guns In America — How to buy, sell, and shoot in every state.


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Harbor House Collaborative — Finding solutions for homelessness and addiction in Colorado Springs
Haven Behavioral Health War Heros Hospital
Haven House — Free peer-to-peer counseling for veterans with mental illness.
Haven Warrior Support Center — Programs for military personnel and families.with specialists for health care issues from military trauma.
Headstrong Project — Provides Iraq and Afghanistan veterans with free health care. Clinics in New York and California.
Help Keep A Veteran Out Of Jail — Funds needed to complete analysis of 5 years of veteran arrest data and integrate arrest data with court outcomes in order to develop more effective interventions than current “catch, convict, and release” practice that destroys so many veteran's lives.
Hero2Hired — A Dept. of Defense site designed to help veterans find employment nationwide. This is a good place to start if you are looking for work.
Hidden Enemy: Psychiatry — Documentary describing the dangers of psychotropic drugs particularly as used in treatment for PTSD.
Hidden Wounds — An organization committed to serving veterans with PTSD and TBI.
Hire America's Heroes — Connects major corporations with military service members and their families for employment in the corporate workforce.
Hire Patriots — Committed to finding a job for every US Veteran. Job Fairs, Online Education, Resumes, Interviews, Career Blogs and more... — Finding jobs for veterans.
Homecoming for Veterans — Neurofeedback treatment for veterans suffering from PTSD and related problems provided at no cost at clinics across the country.
Home Front Cares — Provides support for Colorado's military families of all services who have been impacted by deployment in harm's way.
Home Remodeling for Disability and Special Needs — What you need to know.
Homes For All Veterans — Outreach, case management and access to community resources to homeless or at-risk veterans and their families in Colorado and southern Wyoming.
Homes For Our Troops — Helping those who served our country and returned home with serious disabilities and injuries by raising money, building materials, professional labor, and coordinating the building of a home that provides maximum freedom of movement and the ability to live more independently.
Hope For The Home Front — Offers hope, healing and solutions to women impacted by the invisible wounds of war for themselves and for their families.
Housing Benefits for Veterans — A guide.


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Independence Center — Empowering people with disabilities.
Injured Marine Semper Fi Fund — Helping wounded and injured Marines and their families.
Intrepid Fallen Heros Fund
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA)


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Job Hero — Help finding a job and provides example resumes for your career choice.
Joint Services Records Research Center — Run by the Army and charged with keeping detailed records of military service.
Justice For Vets
Justice Policy Institute — Dedicated to ending society's reliance on incarceration.


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Law Enforcement Leaders — Leading law enforcement and district attorneys working to reduce unnecessary incarceration and crime.
Lawyers Serving Warriors — Helping veterans and active duty personnel obtain the benefits they deserve.
Leave No Veteran Behind — Investing in veterans to build better communities.
Life Quest Transitions — Helping veterans reintegrate into civilian life.


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Make The Connection — Shared experiences and support for veterans
Marine Corps — The few, the proud
Marine Corps-Law Enforcement Foundation — Educating the children of those who have sacrificed all.
Marine Corps League — Once a Marine, always a Marine
Marine For Life — Connecting Marines with opportunity.
Medical Marijuana Assistance Program of the Rockies (MMAPR) — Making alternative treatment affordable. Help for those of limited means to get the medicine they need.
Men Don't Tell — Probably the best movie about an abused man available. The Army found male victims of abuse outnumbered female victims two-to-one.
Mesothelioma Fund — Guide to asbestos trust funds. — If you've worked around or with asbestos the site could be of use.
Mesothelioma Survival — Giving hope to patients and their families.
Mesothelioma Veterans Center
Mighty Oaks Warrior Programs — No man fights alone. Help for veterans with PTSD. Military and veteran benefits, news, and jobs. — Lists all Army, Navy, Marine, Air Force, and Coast Guard military bases in the United States and other countries.
Military Hospitality House — Colorado Springs
Military One Source
Military Order of the Purple Heart — Chartered by Congress in 1958 to help military men and women wounded in combat.
Military Spouse Handbook — What to expect for the new Army wife but provides little information about what to expect from a combat veteran.
Military Veteran Peer Network — Chapters throughout Texas.
My Vetwork — Helping with the transition from military to civilian life.


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National Association of Concerned Veterans — Assisting veterans that have been left out, locked out, or lost in the shuffle of agencies and departments.
National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse (NASGA) — A growing uncaring and unjust judicial system has working in cooperation with the VA has converted guardianship/conservatorship from an appropriate law to one which is damaging and destroying wounded veterans.
National Center For PTSD — Now run by the VA.
National Military Family Association
National Parents Organization — Formerly Fathers and Families
National Veterans Legal Services Program — Helping veterans and active duty personnel obtain the benefits they deserve.
Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
Navy Reserve Psychological Health Outreach Program (PHOP) — Nationwide help for members of the Navy and Marine Corps Reserves.
Navy Seal Foundation
Network of Care Shelter Finder — Nationwide database of 3,000+ homeless shelters, transitional housing programs and drug/alcohol rehab facilities for service members and veterans.
New Smiles for Veterans — Helping veterans get needed dental care.
NextGen MilSpouse — Information for military spouses on careers, finance, moving, and other issues. — If you have too much to drink they will drive you and your car home for free.
Nursing Home Abuse — Many times veterans with TBI are placed in nursing homes and then can't get out or are placed in guardianships/conservatorships that amount to prison.


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One Warrior Won — Help for veterans suffering from PTSD.
Operation First Response — Supporting wounded warriors and their families.
Operation Home Front
Operation Restored Warrior — Rescue. rebuild, and restore. Veteran warriors restoring warriors.
Operation TBI Freedom — Assisting veterans and active duty military personnel in Colorado with service-related traumatic brain injuries (TBI).
Orange County Rescue Mission — Feed., clothe., shelter, heal, empower for men, women, families, and veterans.
Orange County Veteran Study — The State of the American Veteran


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Parkview Medical Center — Pueblo, Colorado
Peak Military Care Network — Help for veterans in the Pikes Peak region.
Pikes Peak Suicide Prevention — When it hurts to helps to talk.
Pikes Peak Therapeutic Riding Center — Equine therapy for disabled veterans and others with disabilities.
Point Man Ministries — To connect the hurting veteran, families, and friends with others who have already begun the transition home after war.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder — See facilities listed here.
P.O.W. Network — Dedicated to distributing information on Prisoners of War and Missing in Action Servicemen.
Project Sanctuary — Helping military families reconnect after deployment.
Project Wounded Ego — Psychological photography service for veterans and support organizations.
Psychiatry: The Hidden Enemy — A must watch documentary if you or a loved one are suffering any symptoms of a mental disorder.
PTSD Foundation of America — Providing hope and healing for the unseen wounds of war.
Purple Heart Service Foundation — Provides a variety of disabled veteran services, programs, and resources to help combat wounded and disabled veterans and their families.


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Qcard — Unique memory app for brain injury survivors using iPhone or iPad.


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Ralph Wood Wilson — Exploring and supporting your healing process. D.C. area.
Rebuilding America's Warriors (RAW) — Provides free reconstructive surgery to recently wounded and disfigured veteran warriors.
Recovery Connection — Drug and alcohol recovery helpline
Redistribution Center — Gathers and distributes food, clothing, building supplies, toys, furniture, household goods and other items serving wide variety of groups: armed forces and their families, battered men and women, distressed families, Native Americans, disaster victims, terminally ill patients, the aged, homeless, and anyone else in genuine need.
Rehab Gadgets To Go — For clients and clinicians who are interested in news about mobile technology and how it can be used for rehabilitation needs.
Return 2 Work (R2W) — Provides employment services to active duty, veterans, and their spouses, as well as vocational rehabilitation services to wounded warriors and disabled citizens.
Rivers of Recovery — Innovative recreational rehabilitation programs for veterans and active-duty military.
Rocky Mountain Hyperbaric Association — Treating brain injuries in veterans at no cost to them.
Rocky Mountain Human Services (formerly Denver Options)
Rocky Mountain Hyperbaric Association — Treating brain injuries in veterans at no cost to them.
Rocky Mountain Veterans Village — One stop hub for VA benefits.


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Salvation Army — Simply enter your ZIP code to find a location near you. Provides shelters for homeless veterans.
Saving Our
Second Class Citizen — Equal rights for non-custodial parents and children.
Security Jobs — Find a security job online.
Segs4Vets — Making Segways available to disabled veterans. Even paraplegic veterans can operate them.
Semper Fi Fund — Helping only post 9/11 wounded and injured Marines and their families.
Service Women's Action Network (SWAN)
Shelters listed here
Sleep Cupid — Bedding products and mattress advice to help people with disabilities sleep comfortably. Often the most critical thing for a PTSD sufferer is a good nights sleep.
Soldier's Angels
Special Operations Forces (SOF) Care Coalition — Supports Special Operations Forces (SOF) wounded, ill, or injured service members and their families.
Springs Military Life — Making you feel at home while serving in Colorado Springs.
Springs Rescue Mission — Food and shelter for homeless veterans.
Spouse Buzz
SSRI Stories — A collection of over 5,000 stories in which prescription drugs, primarily Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs), may be linked to a variety of adverse outcomes including violence and suicide. These problems are often misdiagnosed as bipolar disorder.
Stand For The Troops — Established by the late Col. David H. Hackworth and wife Eilhys England to insure frontline troops have the best leadership, equipment and training.
Strong Alliance, The — Building strong families, support for each other, what to expect when my spouse returns home from a deployment?  How to help the transition home?
Suicide Prevention Hotline


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Tears Of A Warrior — A family's story of combat and living with PTSD. Recommended.
Thanks Troops Foundation — Helping veterans by providing recreational opportunities.
The Inn Between of Longmont — Provides transitional housing and services for homeless veterans and their families to help them achieve self-sufficiency.
This Ain't Hell But You Can See It From Here
Thumos Project — Collaborative effort to support returning veterans through holistic solutions and community support.
Top 10 violence-inducing prescription drugs
Traumatic brain injuries — See facilities listed here.
Tug McGraw Foundation — Working to enhance the quality of life for those affected by brain-related trauma. — Where veterans find work.


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Uniformed Services Justice & Advocacy Group (USJAG) — Provides legal, forensic and investigative services in administrative and judicial proceedings; to defend and protect service connected benefits and preserve healthcare.
United War Veterans Council — Organized to honor, support, and serve America's veterans.
Unknown Soldier — Mission is three-fold: raise public consciousness of the thousands of young and wounded OEF/OIF veterans; honor their lives, stories and sacrifice; and help them see their scars, faces, and experiences through an empowering lens.
USO Transition 360 Alliance — Provides help for veterans and their families to transition into civilian life.


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VA Home Loan Centers — Assistance with buying or selling a home under the GI Bill.
VA Watchdog Today — Keeping an eye on the VA because someone has to.
Veteran Resources Initiatives — Help for homeless veterans in El Paso County, Colorado.
Veterans Administration Claims — What you need to know to be successful.
Veterans Affairs

GI Bill Feedback System — Submit a complaint about a school or college.

Find a vet center near you

Veterans Against Police Abuse — Real freedom lives and dies in the thin space between an armed government agent and a citizen.
Veterans Brain Injury Center
Veterans Community Dental Center — Provides charitable dental care to veterans.
Veterans Crisis LIne
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) — Serving veterans since 1899.
Veterans On Trial — The coming court battles over PTSD by Judge Barry R. Schaller
Veterans Rehabilitation and Recreation Center — Providing housing, job skills training, and clothing for veterans in need.
Veteran's Resource For Justice — Provides network of resources, education, and advocacy for veterans and families oping with legal, medical, family, alcohol and substance abuse issues resulting from PTSD and TBI.
Veterans Service Records
Veterans Support Solutions
Veteran Treatment Courts — Nationwide list of veteran courts. Note that if a plea bargain (guilty plea) is a requirement for entry a veteran is probably better off not entering a “veteran” court.
Veterans Yoga Project — Clinical studies show that yoga and meditation provide significant benefits in trauma recovery.
VetLikeMe — National news source for veteran-owned businesses.
VetNet — A career service for those who have served.
Vets 4 Warriors — Support for veterans by veterans
Vets For Justice — Fighting for justice.
Vets Helping Heroes — Raising funds to sponsor the training of assistance dogs for disabled American veterans.
VetsPrevail — Online resource provided by the VA. Built in collaboration with the Veterans Health Administration, National Science Foundation, and mental health researchers and clinicians.
Vietnam Veterans of America — A dying breed as only about one-third of those who were boots-on-the-ground are still alive even though they are only in their 60s and 70s.
Vietnam War — An inclusive tabulation of web sources of information about this war.
Voice of Warriors


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Warrior2Warrior — Emphasis on problems in Special Forces.
Warrior Gateway
Warrior Scholar Project — Intensive one to two week “boot camps” to help veterans transition to university. Lodging, meals, books, and curriculum materials are provided.
Welcome Home — 2012 Pulitzer Prize winning photo essay of former Marine Scott Ostrom's battle with severe PTSD after two tours in Iraq.
Welcome Home Alliance for Veterans — Making Montrose, Colorado, a “no barriers” city and inviting veterans to live where they have an opportunity to thrive. Volunteer powered and donation funded.
Welcome Home Warrior — Provides counseling and free family retreats for families of deployed soldiers and for families with combat veterans at home.
Wings Foundation — Taking flight against sexual abuse. Help for both men and women who have been sexually abused.
Why veterans can't get jobs
Wish For Our Heroes — Helping veterans in trouble. Chapters in Arizona, Indiana, Florida, Texas, and soon Colorado.
Wounded Warrior Project — America's largest veteran charity with offices and projects in many locations across the country. They have vastly improved under their new CEO.


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