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Veteran Resources

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PTSD complementary and alternative medicine

Contributed by The Military Guide

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Contributed by Maryville University

Sometimes soldiers return home with challenges related to their mental wellbeing
as a result of what they have witnessed while on active duty. One of the most common mental challenges is
post-traumatic stress disorder (commonly known as PTSD).

Contributed by Kim Tipton

Managing your finances before and after deployment
Military deployment can present unique financial challenges for service members
as well as those they leave behind while on duty.
Having a plan for how you’ll handle those challenges
in addition to who will manage your accounts in your stead
is crucial to keeping your credit, finances and household on track while you’re away.

Contributed by Kylie Smith

Military social workers work with active military service members and veterans
to help them address and manage the social, emotional, psychological, and familial challenges they may face as a result of their job.
Military social workers also provide counseling and support to the families of current and former service members,
and can work in a wide array of settings ranging from military bases and medical facilities to VA Centers.

Contributed by Cyrus Dylan

PTSD and Substance Abuse help for veterans

Guide to finding a PTSD therapist

How to stop living out of your car - Guide For Homeless Vets

Homeless Veterans' Resources

National Coalition for Homeless Veterans

Financial Benefits of a Military Career

Financial Assistance for Homeless Vets

Support for Veterans With Their Struggles

Legal Advice for Veterans

Contributed by Baron and Budd

In the early 20th century, the U.S. military used large quantities of asbestos products
due to their durability, low cost, heat resistance and fireproof capabilities
until the products were eventually phased out in the 1970s.
However, this has put many U.S. veterans at high risk of later developing an asbestos disease,
such as mesothelioma or lung cancer.

Contributed by Davie Lafferty

Contributed by Cadet Ryan Cirbo, Army ROTC, University of Florida

A great tool for planning on how much financing your business will take and the best ways to go about funding.
I really liked the section on crowdfunding, because most people would never even consider this route.

A how-to guide for Vets on getting everything started in their entrepreneurial adventure. I thought it was more reader-friendly than others I've come across.
It was independently written, so it did a great job at highlighting the best resources available and there's a bunch of opportunities I didn't know existed.
Also has a helpful section on the most advantageous loans and grants available and how to seek them out and qualify." target="_blank

This link was sent to us courtesy of Ms. Denise Chapman's class at The Brenham Community Center in Texas

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The Third Batallion Fourth Marine Association does not endorse providers or services