Here are links to some of the many other public sector and community resources available to veterans. This page includes summaries of the compiled resources with links to websites for further information.
eBenefits is a central location for veterans, service members, and
their families to research, find, access, and, in time, manage their
benefits and personal information. eBenefits offers users a personalized
dashboard, available after creating a user account, that provides quick
access to eBenefits tools. Using eBenefits tools allows the completion
of various tasks including: applying for benefits, downloading a DD 214,
and viewing benefits status. In addition, eBenefits includes a catalog
of links to other sites that provide information about military and
The official website of the U.S. House of Representatives helps veterans locate their members of congress. All congressional
offices provide constituent services to veterans in their respective
districts. Congressional offices have experts who can help veterans with
the Social Security Administration, Internal Revenue Service,
Department of Education, and Veterans Administration (VA) to name a few.
Some the most common requests come from veterans about their VA
benefits, including pensions, medical, and medals.
Other Community Support Resources
Disabled American Veterans (DAV)
The Disabled American Veterans is a veteran's
advocacy and assistance group that is dedicated to "Empowering veterans
to lead high quality lives with respect and dignity."
Arizona Coalition for Military Families (ACMF)
ACMF is a public/private partnership focused on building Arizona's capacity to serve and support all service members, veterans, their families and communities.
Madison Street Veterans Association
The Madison Street Veterans Association
is a peer-run group of homeless and formerly homeless veterans offering
personal, individualized service, basic resources, community and
advocacy for all veterans. The organization offers information and
support for veterans who are homeless or in need. They offer services to
assist with benefits, education, employment, and permanent housing.
Twice a month a mobile outreach unit supplies homeless veterans with
blankets, clothing, hygiene kits, food and water.
National Association of County Veterans Service Officers (NACVSO)
The National Association of County Veterans Service Officers
work collaboratively with the Department of Veterans Affairs and other
nationally chartered organizations to assure veterans and their
dependents receive their entitled benefits. They have specialized
knowledge of the law and will assist in developing and processing
claims. They also focus on outreach, training, claims development and
Fighter Country Partnership
Fighter Country Partnership supports programs and services at Luke Air Force Base that aid, support and honor Airmen and their families in need.
Hire Heroes USA
offers personalized employment assistance to returning service members
and their spouses to help ease the transition back into civilian life
and to ensure they enjoy the freedoms they fought to preserve.
makes it easy for Reserve Component service members to connect to and
find jobs with military-friendly companies. H2H also offers career
exploration tools, military-to-civilian skills translations, education
and training resources, as well as a mobile app. Support for H2H is
provided through the Department of Defense's Yellow Ribbon Reintegration
The official site of Military.com,
a military and veteran membership organization. Military.com offers
free membership to connect service members, military families and
veterans to all the benefits of service - government benefits, education
information, scholarships, discounts, and much more.