Veteran Services

Warriors and Caregives United (WACU) host events and functions for veterans and their caregivers, families, and friends. WACU also provides mentoring functions to provide support to vets on a personal level, and informational workshops focusing on health and wellbeing for vets, their caregivers, and military children.

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The Craven County Veterans Services Office provides various services and referrals so Veterans, dependents, and survivors can apply for and receive benefits for which they are entitled.

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The Veterans’ Legal Aid Society was founded to fill a critical need to assist Veterans who are Illinois residents and their families in seeking aid and attendance benefits, as well as provide income-based legal aid services to Veterans of limited means. There are few legal PR actioners who specialize in this area, and consequently, many Veterans receive little help in filing the myriad forms required to receive non-service related pension benefits. The Veterans’ Legal Aid Society firmly believes that it must do everything to ensure that they receive the care, dignity, and benefits that they have so rightfully earned. Veterans’ Legal Aid Society is an Illinois not-for-profit corporation with 501(c)(3) tax exempt status from the IRS.

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EveryMind works with vulnerable and underserved populations to improve mental wellness through counseling and case management, peer navigation to veterans, support to at-risk students and their families, crisis prevention and intervention and community education.

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The Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries (DRMM) provides food, shelter, and services to intervene where homelessness and substance addiction occur. DRMM offers a wide variety of programs to help meet basic needs, including providing emergency shelters where residents can receive food, clothing, and an opportunity to shower; substance abuse services including sub-acute substance abuse detoxification; other community services such as veterans services, prisoner reentry services, senior and youth services; as well as employment training and education.

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