Help for Caregivers of Wounded, Ill, or Injured Service Members and Veterans

Issued by the Department of Defense

Cover topics from medical and mental health care, veteran suicide help to legal help to getting your car modified, the Caregiver Resource Directory will get you on the right path. Sourced by the Department of Defense (DoD) in their Warrior Care section, it holds what are called Veteran  Service Organizations. VSOs are not part of VA. VSOs are recognized national and state organizations that help veterans and their families with their claims. These services are provided free of charge. Some VSOs can help you with questions about your VA claims. They can also act on your behalf regarding your claim with the VA.

Once a Soldier has been recognzed by the DoD as an official VSO, and we will be added up their next edition. We are to be the only nonprofit under the heading of Post-vention.

What Veteran Caregivers Need to Know about the Caregiver Resource Directory

The Caregiver Resource Directory includes the most commonly referenced resources, organizations, agencies, and programs that provide support to the caregivers of wounded, ill, or injured service members.

The concept of the Caregiver Resource Directory is to connect communities with caregivers, building public awareness and support for caregivers.

The resources, organizations, agencies, and programs included in the Caregiver Resource Directory have been reviewed and vetted in accordance with the National Resource Directory’s participation policy, which can be found at www.nrd.gov.

No product endorsements or preferential treatment is given to any organization, agency, or program that is listed in the Caregiver Resource Directory. This Caregiver Resource Directory is a dynamic directory that will be refined on a regular basis.

ABOUT ONCE A SOLDIER

Our Veterans are killing themselves in record numbers mostly due to PTSD. An overmatched VA can’t take care of them or their families. We will.

Soldier suicide leaves Veteran families with thousands of dollars of bills unpaid, mostly bank loans.

We are the only nonprofit standing with the families after a veteran suicide. Stand with us.

Our Mission: Become the preferred channel for donors, advocates and volunteers who care about veteran families left behind after a soldier suicide.

Meet Our Families

 

 

 

They come from all over the USA and we invite you to meet these brave families.