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America's Heroes at Work  provides numerous resources to help employers integrate veterans who have suffered from TBI or PTSD into the workplace. The resources offered on the website include fact sheets, reference guides, training tools and real-life success stories.

VA Loan Limit Increased

The VA's Specially Adapted Housing Program has also raised primary grants from $50,000 to $60,000 toward constructing a new home or modifying an existing home to meet adaptive needs of veterans or active-duty servicemembers with certain service-connected disabilities. Veterans with certain service-connected disabilities resulting from severe burns can receive the adaptive housing grants. For more information, call the VA at 1- 877-827-3702 or at the VA Loan Guaranty website.



Americans With Disabilities

DisabilityInfo.gov has recently been updated to include information on important disability and emergency preparedness contacts and resources in your state.  This new information includes local Red Cross chapters, disability services agencies, FEMA regional offices and your state's department of Homeland Security & Emergency Management or department of Emergency Services.  

 To find your state’s emergency preparedness contacts go to this link http://www.disabilityinfo.gov/digov-public/public/DisplayPage.do?parentFolderId=192, click on the “Find State and Local Resources” map, and then choose your state from the map or from the list of states and territories



Armed Services YMCA and Department of Defense Partner to Provide Support to Military Families



Women Organizing Women

It specifically supports women and men who experience sexual trauma (rape, etc) in the military--trained advocates help with PTSD MST (military sexual trauma) claims. Please visit their website (http://www.vetwow.com/) to learn more. You are even welcome to apply to join/participate in the men's support chat group.





Resource Just for Female Veterans




 A cumulative roster of all National Guard and Reserve personnel who are currently activated can be found at http://www.defenselink.mil/news/Nov2008/d20081125ngr.pdf

Small Business Help for Veterans


Patriot Express



Suicide Hotline for Veterans

National Suicide Prevention Hotline website, the SAVE website.





Scholarships for Survivors, Dependents

Folds of Honor 



To find more deployment news and resources, visit    http://www.military.com/deployment


Centers Aid Wounded Warriors, Families


Soldier and Family Assistance Center (SFAC) Information webpage




Guard Against Identity Theft

 The Federal Trade Commission's Identity Theft Site provides information to help protect you from identity theft. It includes information for military personnel and their families on how to clear their name if they are ID theft victims.  For practical tips on guarding against Internet fraud and protecting your personal information, visit OnGuardOnline.gov.   http://www.va.gov/




Wreaths Decorate Cemeteries for the Holidays


Huge WWII Records Archive Now Online





VA to Provide Payments to Eligible

Surviving Spouses



The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced immediate actions to quickly identify and pay surviving spouses who are eligible to receive a one-time compensation or pension payment for the month of the veteran's death. Surviving spouses most likely to be effected by this processing problem are those who never applied to VA for survivors' benefits following the death of a veteran. 

Inquiries may also be submitted through the Internet at the Veterans Benefits Administration website.



Salute America's Heroes   www.saluteheroes.org

Helping our wounded warriors and their families.

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