Hope for the Warriors can assist military veterans with financial needs and career services.
The Lone Star Veterans Association is a Houston based veteran organization, specifically working to network, empower, and guide post 9/11 veterans and their family members.
The Mission Continues empowers military veterans to serve their communities in new ways. They have two programs for veterans, the Fellowship program and the Service Platoon program.
The City of Houston Office of Veterans Affairs’ mission is to assist Houston in becoming the best city in the nation through unparalleled service to our serving military, veterans, and their families.
Lone Star Legal Aid is the fourth largest service provider of free legal aid in the United States. Lone Star Legal Aid serves 72 counties in Texas and four in Arkansas, an area that covers one-third of the state Texas, including almost 60,000 square miles from Texarkana, to the Louisiana-Texas Gulf Coast state-line, down to Matagorda Bay, and four counties of southwest Arkansas. Lone Star Legal Aid has 14 offices throughout east, southeast, and northeast Texas. Legal Services Corporation, Texas Access to Justice Foundation, and multiple grants generously fund lone Star Legal Aid. Lone Star Legal Aid service area has nearly 1.5 million income-eligible Texas residents.
Wounded Warrior Project provides more than 20 distinct services to wounded military veterans and their family members.
Impact A Hero provides immediate and ongoing support, in the form of opportunities and resources, for our severely wounded, post 9/11 combat veterans, their families and caregivers.
Call 211 to access an operator that can connect you to hundreds of services in Houston.
Team Rubicon is an international non-profit disaster response organization that unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy disaster response teams, free of charge to communities affected by disasters across the country.
Team Red White and Blue organizes physical activities for military veterans and family members. Ranging from running groups to yoga, join TRWB to get physcially and mentally fit.
TexVet is an all encompassing website that connects hundreds of programs across the state of Texas to military veterans.
HVB networking socials occur every Wednesday on Little Woodrows, off of Shepherd. This professional networking group encompasses veterans from all business sectors in Houston.
Grace After Fire is a networking and peer group for female military veterans. From their Table Talk get togethers to special events that are tailored for women veterans, Grace After Fire is at the forefront of providing services and resources for America's women warriors.
At Headstrong, we offer completely free and confidential treatment for post 9/11 combat veterans in New York City, Southern California (San Diego and Riverside Counties), and Houston, Texas.
Our program was created by leading experts of trauma therapy at Weill Cornell Medicine and you will work with world class clinicians of trauma therapy to develop treatment that is designed specifically for you.
The Lone Survivor Foundation restores, empowers, and renews hope for our wounded service members and their families through health, wellness, and therapeutic support.
For one night a month, we celebrate the bond between heroic men and valiant women—reigniting the camaraderie that brought us together, just like our times of need during service. We want you to get connected with people in your area, as well as resources. We all need a place to come home. Become a part of our family at Cigar Night for Vets.
Easter Seals provide services to disabled veterans and their family members.
Volunteer Houston provides a portal for military veterans to connect to non-profit opportunities in Houston.