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Welcome to the Veteran Support Services

Veteran Support Services

We empower our veteran and recovery community by offering hope, health and wellness. Our array of services includes hosting community events to help sustain recovery, veteran disability compensation claims education, homeless outreach, and recovery resources.

Unlocking Your Potential: Let Us Help You Succeed!

We are dedicated to ensuring that deserving veterans receive the full scope of VA benefits they rightfully, morally, ethically, and medically deserve under the law. Our exceptional services include:
  • Fun sober social events-connection, camaraderie, fellowship and community.

  • Guiding homeless veterans by providing crucial information about available services, programs, and support.

  • Empowering, guiding, and supporting veterans throughout the process of filing VA disability claims.

  • Distributing essential aid, including food, to those in need.

  • Offering Peer-to-Peer Recovery Services.

  • Providing comprehensive training in harm reduction/Narcan usage.

  • Extending resources for PTSD Support Groups.

And so much more!

Moreover, alongside the generous support of our volunteers and donors, we collaborate with esteemed organizations like the Veteran Empowerment Organization and Recovery Community Organizations. This partnership ensures that veterans and individuals grappling with substance use disorders receive unparalleled services whenever and wherever they require them.

Struggling with substance abuse?

Our Peer Recovery and Substance Use Disorder Service offers comprehensive peer coaching, which encompasses:

  • Championing recovery for individuals, their peers, and the wider recovery community.


  • Facilitating both group and one-on-one recovery check-ins, supporting peers in self-directed care, and evaluating a peer's 'recovery capital' using Motivational Interviewing.

  • Delivering advocacy presentations and engaging in individual discussions to support recovery journeys.

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