Valparaiso University Veterans Certification
Call Bonnie Hannon 219.464.5212 or email@example.com.
Valparaiso University Military Veterans Law Society
- Yellow Ribbon Program
- U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
- G.I. Bill information
- Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs
- American Legion Guide to Veterans Educational Benefits
Indiana Career Connect Veterans Services
(follow the veterans services link on the left navigation bar)
Student Veterans of America
A national umbrella organization connecting veterans groups on college campuses.
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America
The nation’s first and largest group dedicated to the troops and veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
National Veterans Legal Services Program
Empowering veterans and advocates.
Duty Bound is a National Veterans’ Service Initiative of the ABA Law Student Division.
Lawyers Serving Warriors offers pro-bono legal help to veterans serving in Iraq and Afghanistan facing administrative separation, going through a mental evaluation board or physical evaluation board, received an inappropriate discharge characterization, filed a claim with the VA for disability compensation, or having difficulty with a claim under Traumatic Servicemembers Life Insurance.
Indiana Lawyers for Soldiers is a statewide network of volunteer attorneys providing legal services for Indiana National Guard personnel who are deployed or returning from a deployment. Soldiers in need of legal assistance are referred to attorneys who volunteer their time and experience to assist the myriad of legal issues that arise during the deployment of these local heroes.
Swords to Plowshares War causes wounds and suffering that last beyond the battlefield. Swords to Plowshares’ mission is to heal the wounds, to restore dignity, hope, and self-sufficiency to all veterans in need, and to significantly reduce homelessness and poverty among veterans.
The Soldiers Project offers free psychological counseling for military personnel, veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan and their families.
The Veterans Project helps military veterans reintegrate into society when they come home. Our mission is to remove the stigma associated with post-traumatic stress, and raise operating funds for groups that provide psychological care, housing solutions and job training to veterans in the aftermath of war.
RecruitMilitary.com is a veteran-owned and operated firm that matches vets and their spouses with educational and job opportunities.
USA Together lets you help meet a specific injured service member’s needs during their recovery.
Soldier’s Heart is a veterans’ return and healing project addressing the emotional and spiritual needs of veterans, their families and communities. Soldier’s Heart promotes and guides community-based efforts to heal the effects of war based on strategies presented in “War and the Soul” by Dr. Edward Tick. A project of the International Humanities Center, it is dedicated to our veterans’ successful return.
Resources for Veterans in the USA is a clearinghouse of general resources for veterans.