Continuing The MissionResources for Veterans

Veterans Crisis Line

The Veterans Crisis Line is a free, confidential resource that is available to anyone, even if you are not registered with VA or enrolled in VA health care. The caring, qualified responders at the Veterans Crisis Line are specially trained and experienced in helping Veterans of all ages and circumstances.

Veterans and Service Members in crisis do not have to face it alone. If you are thinking about hurting yourself, having thoughts of suicide, or becoming self-destructive, there are responders ready to help. Contact the Veterans Crisis Line immediately for assistance.

Call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1

Supporting a loved one through a crisis can feel overwhelming, but responders at the Veterans Crisis Line can help. Contact the Veterans Crisis Line immediately if the Veteran or Service Member in your life is showing signs of crisis, such as:

  • Talking about feeling hopeless
  • Experiencing anxiety or agitation
  • Increasing risky behaviors or substance use

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At-Home Services that Can Help Senior Veterans by HomeAdvisor

As a senior veteran, you’ve served your country and your loved ones well. Once you enter your golden years, you’ve more than earned the right to enjoy your retirement, prioritizing time spent with your family and friends and on your favorite pursuits. For some senior vets, however, this is easier said than done. Physical disabilities, mental health disorders, and limited funds can make it difficult for these heroes to receive the healthcare, nutrition, and home maintenance services they need.

The good news is that there are services all over the nation that can help senior veterans thrive at home. Whether you need a physician to drop in to give you a physical, a PTSD counselor to help you work through an emotional crisis via video chat, or a contractor who can help create a peaceful home environment for veterans, our guide will help direct you to resources that can help.

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Together We Can

Suicide Prevention Information for Veterans, Their Families, and Caregivers. Click an image below for more information.

NC Serves

Charlotte not only leads the state financially it is also leading the state in Veteran service delivery. Selected as the 2nd AmericaServes market ever, NCServes – Metrolina is the first of four coordinated networks in a planned state­wide initiative.

Veterans Bridge Home (VBH), the Coordination Center for NCServes-­Metrolina brings together over 70 service providers across 10 counties, including Mecklenburg, Gaston, Lincoln, Catawba, Iredell, Rowan, Cabarrus, Union, York, and Cleveland. Charlotte is quickly becoming a national model for public/­private partnership and by welcoming thousands of Veterans to this region every year is leading the Governor’s charge of making North Carolina the “Most Veteran friendly state in the country.”

The mission and values of VBH and the entire Charlotte network align with AmericaServes and together we are changing the way our Service Members, Veterans, and their families are receiving services and care.

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National Veteran Foundation

National Veteran Foundation

The National Veterans Foundation’s Mission is to serve the crisis management, information and referral needs of all U.S. Veterans and their families through:

  • Management and operation of the nation’s only toll-free, Vet-to-Vet helpline for all Veterans and their families.
  • Public awareness programs that shine a consistent spotlight on the needs of America’s Veterans.
  • Outreach services that provide Veterans and families in need with food, clothing, transportation, employment and other essential resources.

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We Honor Veterans

We Honor Veterans

We Honor Veterans, a program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) in collaboration with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), invites hospices, state hospice organizations, Hospice-Veteran Partnerships and VA facilities to join a pioneering program focused on respectful inquiry, compassionate listening and grateful acknowledgment. By recognizing the unique needs of America’s veterans and their families, community providers, in partnership with VA staff, will learn how to accompany and guide them through their life stories toward a more peaceful ending.

We Honor Veterans provides educational tools and resources in advancing these goals:

  •  Promote Veteran-centric educational activities
  •  Increase organizational capacity to serve Veterans
  •  Support development of strategic partnerships
  •  Increase access and improve quality

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Dept of Veteran Affairs

US Department of Veteran Affairs
Mission Statement

To fulfill President Lincoln's promise “To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan” by serving and honoring the men and women who are America’s Veterans.


To provide Veterans the world-class benefits and services they have earned - and to do so by adhering to the highest standards of compassion, commitment, excellence, professionalism, integrity, accountability, and stewardship.

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