Wounded Warrior Project provides more than 20 distinct services to wounded military veterans and their family members.
The TVC is a state agency that provides a number services to military veterans, including job programs, education, and benefits.
Travis Manion Foundation (TMF) empowers veterans and families of fallen heroes to develop character in future generations. In 2007, 1stLt Travis Manion (USMC) was killed in Iraq while saving his wounded teammates. Today, Travis' legacy lives on in the words he spoke before leaving for his final deployment, "If Not Me, Then Who..."
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.
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.
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.
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.
Easter Seals of Greater Houston provides mental health services at no cost to Veterans or their family members. Sessions can be conducted on the phone or face-to- face for individuals or groups. We aim to foster stability, wellness and growth through therapy and case management.
The Regional Benefit Office coordinates and manages about half the state of Texas for veteran benefits ranging from disability to home loans to school.
Team members from the Benefit Office staff the Combined Arms Transition Center on a rotating basis.
The Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center serves as the primary health care provider for almost 130,000 veterans in southeast Texas. Veterans from around the country are referred to the MEDVAMC for specialized diagnostic care, radiation therapy, surgery, and medical treatment including cardiovascular surgery, gastrointestinal endoscopy, nuclear medicine, ophthalmology, and treatment of spinal cord injury and diseases. The MEDVAMC is home to a Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Clinic; Network Polytrauma Center; an award-winning Cardiac and General Surgery Program; Liver Transplant Center; VA Epilepsy and Cancer Centers of Excellence; VA Substance Abuse Disorder Quality Enhancement Research Initiative; Health Services Research & Development Center of Innovation; VA Rehabilitation Research of Excellence focusing on mild to moderate traumatic brain injury; Mental Illness Research, Education and Clinical Center; and one of the VA’s six Parkinson’s Disease Research, Education, and Clinical Centers. In late 2012, the MEDVAMC received official designation as a Kidney Transplant Center. Including the outpatient clinics in Beaumont, Conroe, Galveston, Houston, Katy, Lake Jackson, Lufkin, Richmond, Texas City, and Tomball, MEDVAMC outpatient clinics log more than a million outpatient visits annually.
The Gulf Coast Center is a member of the Military Veteran Peer Network (MVPN) www.milvetpeer.net.
This network assists veterans and their family members connect to their peers and veteran service providers locally and state-wide.
Our program helps to recruit and train veteran volunteers so they can provide peer to peer support through veteran peer groups and individual mentoring. Community veteran reintegration services are offered by partnering with local veteran programs to make appropriate referrals. We also provide access to mental health professionals who have Military Cultural Competency through their military service experience or training.
Veteran Services: These programs provide employment and housing assistance, case management, training services, and connection to VA benefits, and are all supported by our Veteran Services Business Advisory Council.
The Council’s Center for Recovering Families provides counseling services and treatment programs that immediately help you and your family with problems related to alcoholism, substance abuse, and other addictions. Additionally, we go beyond other outpatient programs by treating compulsive behaviors, co-occurring mental health issues, trauma, grief, and relational problems. Since 1985, the Center for Recovering Families has been the source of hope and healing for people of all ages.
The Council On Recovery also sponsors a variety of sober social events for individuals.
Beacon Law provides legal services for a variety of civil issues and minor criminal cases.
Career Gear is a national non-profit organization that builds strong families and communities by empowering military veterans to overcome barriers and achieve self-sufficiency through employment opportunities.
US Vets provides services and resources to military veterans that are dealing with homelessness, unemployment, and issues for rent or utilities.
At Interface-Samaritan Counseling Centers, you’ll find a circle of support for you and your family. In your counselor, you’ll find a caring professional who will walk with you through the challenges you face, with acceptance, support, and insight. You’ll be inspired to work toward positive changes that can make your life more fulfilling.
Our hope is that you’ll find a fresh perspective and learn more effective ways of coping with what life brings your way. Many of our clients discover renewed self-confidence, serenity, balance, and wellness. Relationships and work performance improve with this new outlook on life. You are given the tools you need to build and maintain a fulfilling life, along with a deeper sense of your life’s meaning and purpose.
Through our services both in the office and in the community, we strive for better todays and brighter tomorrows not only for you, but also for our whole community–one life at a time.
We provide counseling services from a Christian perspective regardless of ability to pay; services are offered on an adjusted-fee basis, and financial assistance may be available. If you have medical insurance, your care may be covered.