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Why Combined Arms?

There are hundreds of programs and resources available to military veterans and their family members. Combined Arms has found the best organizations in Houston and centralized them into one referral system that will connect veterans to solutions faster.

How Do You Do It?

For many years, leaders in the Houston veterans community collaborating and sharing information. This network has grown from informal referrals to a formalized system that is Combined Arms. Using innovative business tactics that are applied to veteran services, our integrated technology system assesses your needs and connects you to the best organizations to work with you.

How Do I Get Started?

Start by clicking here! Our quick referral system is a self-driven assessment system that will allow you to explore more than 200+ resources available to military veterans and their family.

What Types of Programs Do You Work With?

Combined Arms works with all manners of veterans organizations, non-profits, government agencies, and business leaders to provide this system. From career transition programs to social events to mental health resources, our integrated technology system connects dozens of organizations and hundreds of resources to veterans all over Houston. All of our organizations have been vetted and approved by our Board of Directors to become a member of Combined Arms.

The Greater Houston area is home to more than 300,000 military veterans, one of the largest concentrations in the nation. In the past few decades, Houston has benefited from growth in a variety of areas, including the economy, neighborhoods, schools, and culture. Time and time again, Houston has appeared in the top of many lists about best places to live, work, and grow in the United States. 

The goal of Combined Arms is to foster and perpetuate a long-standing culture of collaboration among military service organizations in the Greater Houston Area.  By integrating the network, we will reduce inefficiencies in the transition process, increasing the impact veterans have in our community, and making Houston the place for veterans.