This crisis intervention program recognizes the unique financial challenges women veterans face in creating stable, fulfilling lives for themselves and their families as they reintegrate into civilian life.
To learn more and apply for assistance visit the FAQs.
Soldier On is committed to ending veteran homelessness by providing homeless veterans with transitional housing and supportive services.
Cohen Veteran Network provides high-quality, accessible, and integrated mental health care across the country. Telehealth options are available.
Vets4Warriors provides sustained, confidential peer support to veterans, service members, family members, or caregivers whenever they have an issue.
HOPE offers a variety of virtual programming to promote overall well-being, from resiliency training, stress management, telehealth, an online job search and career training platform, and even virtual runs.
VeteransPlus financial programs were designed by and are delivered by veterans.
This portal provides users access to information on key financial topics such as managing day-to-day expenses, savings and investments, and protecting for the future. The site contains educational articles, videos, infographics, and interactive tools for self-assessments, budgeting, and life insurance needs.
The Coordinated Assistance Network offers a tool to simplify your search for support, connecting one request with multiple non-profits positioned to help. Anyone touched by military service (service members, veterans, their families, and caregivers and membership) is eligible for free membership.
Bunker Labs has compiled a list of resources to assist small business owners, many of whom are veteran entrepreneurs, with business challenges during COVID-19.
This Department of Labor website provides resources and instructions on employment opportunities for veterans, including links to state resources.
A central location to explore unemployment benefits and benefits available under the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security)—broken down by state.
This site addresses USERRA rights if you are a National Guardsman or Reservist who is called to active duty during the COVID-19 crisis.
In 2008, Colorado Technical University created a scholarship to give back to those whose lives have been altered due to injury while serving in the United States Armed Forces. For many, the impact of an injury reaches farther than the service member alone. That’s why CTU annually awards a scholarship to fifty eligible wounded service members, their spouses, non-medical attendant or caregiver and dependents.