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NO ONE LEFT BEHIND! Vet to Vet Assistance.
We help veterans and their families who are enduring a crisis or have a critical need for help.
Veterans of any era can call LIFELINE FOR VETS for assistance.
We’ve taken over 450,000 calls from veterans and their families.
We need your help to keep our Lifeline for Vets operating. Please donate what you can.
22 – THE FIGHT TO STOP VETERAN SUICIDE
22 U.S. Veterans are committing suicide every day. And that’s just the official number. We believe the number is 24-25 Veterans a day. That's more than 9,000 former service members each year lost to suicide. The National Veterans Foundation is dedicated to eliminating veteran suicides through vet-to-vet crisis counseling and assistance to successfully reintegrate back to civilian life.
The National Veterans Foundation is a one-stop resource for veterans looking for assistance. Our resource page includes links information and help with crises, navigating VA services, jobs, housing, and more. Our veteran counselors are also standing by 9-5 PT, Monday through Friday to assist you with any help you might need. Call our Lifeline for Vets at 888-777-4443.
HELPING OUR WOMEN VETERANS THRIVE
Women who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces are the most overlooked group of veterans when it comes to military related trauma, sexual abuse, or suicides. National Veterans Foundation recently launched the Women’s Veteran Resource initiative in order to connect women veterans with the best tools and resources to help them transition to civilian life after leaving the military.
JOBS FOR VETERANS
Employment is one of the cornerstones of reintegrating back to the civilian world. If you are looking for work, the National Veterans Foundation has partnered with businesses throughout the U.S. who understand how valuable veteran experience is. Our veteran-friendly job listings are sortable by state. VISIT OUR JOB BOARD
GETTING YOUR DD-214
So you say you can't find your separation document? Or you need to find it for your relative? You can obtain separation documents (usually called a DD-214) from The National Archives. The process is rather simple and for most cases, it takes 3-4 weeks (or less). LEARN MORE!
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30 YEARS OF HELPING OVER 450,000 VETERANS
Since 1985 the National Veterans Foundation has helped over 450,000 veterans and their families with crisis and information services through the nation’s first toll-free, vet-to-vet hotline for all U.S. veterans and their families.
Our veteran counselors provide veterans and their families with information, counseling and service referrals for issues around VA benefits, mental health counseling, housing, medical services, education benefits, financial issues and more.
HELP US HELP VETERANS!
We can't help...unless you help. We are a non-profit organization that depends on the generosity of supporters like you. Please make a tax-deductible donation today.