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“Our mission is to empower, encourage and bring wellness to the veterans, people struggling with substance use disorder and their families. We do this by providing relevant resources and benefits assistance to enhance quality of life.”

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Veteran Support Services, Inc.

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WHO WE ARE

Veteran Support Services, Inc. is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization that offers assistance to veterans – regardless of discharge status, race, age, sex, and religious affiliations. We strive to provide services that address their immediate safety & psychological needs to become a successful, integral part of society.

 

 In Georgia alone, veterans make up roughly 5% of our state’s total population. Many of our veterans suffer from invisible wounds (such as: PTSD, depression, substance abuse, anxiety, homelessness, etc.) and do not know where or how to get help. Veteran Support Services, Inc. provides a warm and welcoming environment for our veterans to maintain their journey to self-sufficiency and to feel like they belong

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WHAT WE DO

We bring hope and healing to our veteran community. We provide services from veteran’s disability compensation, veteran’s homeless outreach, and community recovery resources, to assisting with VA eBenefit/VA.gov registrations & claims. We want to help you succeed!

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Resources & Partnerships

VETERANS(VA) HOMELESS PROGRAM, DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS, GA DEPT OF VETERANS SERVICES, THE GEORGIA COUNSEL ON SUBSTANCE ABUSE, UNITED MILITARY CARE, VETERANS EMPOWERMENT ORGANIZATION,

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Far too many Veterans are homeless in America -- between 40,000 on any given night - representing between one-fourth and one-fifth of all homeless people. Three times that many veterans are struggling with excessive rent burdens and, thus at increased risk of homelessness. The effects of such experiences have been very devastating as they range from sadness, anxiety, and fear, to even suicide.

 

 If you’re in need of immediate assistance, please call the VETERAN’S CRISIS LINE 1-800-273-8255 and press 1.

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