Veteran Benefits - Location: Connecticut

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Help Our Military Heroes
Help Our Military Heroes is dedicated to delivering adaptive minivans to our wounded, injured, and ill military heroes.

 

Service Area:
Connecticut
Pets for Vets

Pets for Vets is tailored to the needs, wants, and hopes of each of our Veterans. Pets for Vets takes the time to listen and find the animal that will bring the most support and comfort. Any U.S. Veteran who could benefit from having a skilled companion animal can apply.

Addresses are not exact.

 

Service Area:
Online-Nationwide, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Maine
The Nicholas A. Madaras Home
Female Soldiers: Forgotten Heroes (FS:FH) is Connecticut’s first and only community-based transitional home exclusively for homeless female Veterans and their young children. Housed at the Nicholas A. Madaras Home, which opened in 2011, FS:FH provides ten beds for female Veterans and four beds, when available, for their young children. Since opening in 2011, the program helps female Veterans by meeting their needs for a safe, secure home, adequate food, and by empowering residents to move forward with their long-term goals: obtaining permanent housing, achieving financial stability, and working toward greater self-determination.

 

Service Area:
Connecticut
VA Connecticut Healthcare System-West Haven VAMC

The mission of a Community Living Center is to restore each Veteran to his or her highest level of well being. It is also to prevent declines in health and to provide comfort at the end of life.

 

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Service Area:
Connecticut
VETSports

Helping veterans better achieve their physical, mental, and emotional health through sports, physical activity, and community involvement. VETSports provides thousands of Veterans with continuous opportunities to reintegrate into their communities through sports, community Service, events, and partnership.

 

Service Area:
Connecticut
Warrior-Scholar Project

The Warrior-Scholar Project is designed to provide mentoring and other forms of guidance for enlisted service members wishing to attend four-year universities. The program seeks to teach the skills required for effective and successful learning in the college environment.

Addresses may not be exact.

 

Service Area:
Arizona, California, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Illinois, Indiana, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina