For members of the military and their families
: Each branch of the military has several support centers that serve military members and their families. These organizations include community services for families at post, family support in navigating through bureaucratic channels, and aid to assist with stressful situations when a loved one is deployed. Their Web site contains more than 20 links to different organizations in each branch of the military, and Department of Defense programs for all military families.
The Department of Veteran’s Affairs helps veterans and their families determine what compensation they are entitled to, and how to obtain it. The VA also sponsors an , which discusses benefits for spouses, parents, and children of veterans. The alerts soldiers and their families to the policy options available.
provides a network of resources for injured members of the military and their families.
offers grants and financial support to families of veterans when they have no other available resources.
works at local or “post” levels to help families of personnel involved in Operation Iraqi Freedom.
offers assistance to military members on active duty and their families, as well as veterans.
offers a camp to help children deal with deployment related stress, and also to help families determine to which benefits they are entitled.
is an “online community” with articles, links, job listings and other information for members of the military, veterans and their families.
provides support for veterans of the Iraq war and their families. The Web site also has links to other assistance and support organizations.
Organizations for others who would like to offer support
sends care packages with food, toiletries, necessities, entertainment items and personal letters of appreciation to American troops abroad.
is a nationwide program developed by the Department of Defense that helps people send messages of support to members of the military at home and abroad. The site also has a comprehensive list of aid organizations that accept donations and aid military members and their families.
is a non-profit fund created by the National Association of Broadcasters and the military aid societies to collect and hand out donations and loans in support of the troops and their families in need. The fund accepts private donations.
is a organization, created to provide an easy and meaningful way for individuals, corporations and others to help our severely wounded and disabled veterans and their families rebuild their lives.
is a non-profit, non-partisan veterans' organization that seeks to amplify the soldiers' voice in the American public dialogue. is organiztion that honors and ensures quality support to severely injured GWT veterans of Pensacola Bay Area and raise community awareness by publicly embracing returning veterans.
isa National Non-profit Organization located in Los Angeles, California. The National Veterans Foundation has been helping all Veterans, their families, & their children unconditionally for over the past 18 years. Our Mission at the National Veterans Foundation is to continue the process of rehabilitating and integrating American Veterans into productive roles in society and to facilitate, maintain, and operate the Nation’s only toll-free crisis management, referral and information hotline for Veterans and their families.