Resources for Veterans
Additional resources for Veterans:
VA Housing Grants for Disabled Veterans
Current VA Loan Rates Available Locally
Top 60 Veteran & Military-Friendly Employers
College Resources for Veterans and Their Families
Top 10 Work from Home Jobs for Military Spouses & Veterans with Disability
Five Ways to Cope with PTSD
Trusted Military and Veteran Service Organizations
Highly-Rated Nonprofits Dedicated to Veterans and Military Service Members
Veterans Returning To School Face Unique Challenges
Reference below sites as educational resource for students to find support, advice, and valuable resources as you explore information to help further your careers. You can see some of the helpful guides here from the Higher Education Advisor at Intelligent.com.
Over 35 modules and 161 clinical tools, in addition to course materials, are now readily available to augment the exploration, education and practice of Whole Health and contemporary, integrative methods.
The Whole Health Virtual Library is a user-friendly, evidence-supported compendium of practical and up-to-date resources, educational modules and clinical tools that support busy clinicians in holistically caring for Veterans, family members, and even themselves. Over 35 modules and 161 clinical tools, in addition to course materials, are readily available to augment the exploration, education and practice of Whole Health, making this the busy VA clinician’s top resource in support of Whole Health care for Veterans. Each area of the Circle of Health and Well-being is reviewed in depth, including comprehensive overviews of relevant evidence as well as well-organized, easily accessible practical information and clinical pearls for patient care.
Whole Health places each person at the center of his or her own health care, promotes self-care and healing and emphasizes the importance of relationships and partnerships. It incorporates a range of conventional and complementary approaches and shifts the focus of care toward health and well-being.
The Whole Health Virtual Library is a collaborative effort of the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health, Integrative Medicine Program (a national leader in Integrative Health), Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation, and the VHA Office of Patient Centered Care and Cultural Transformation, in support of VHA’s mission and transformational change towards a Whole Health model of health care delivery and its #1 strategic goal of providing personalized, proactive and patient-driven health care.
Veterans Benefits Guide – Start Here
Here are the topics we will cover. To navigate, just click on a link and it will take you to that spot on the page. At the end of each section you can click a link to bring you right back to this index.
- Required Documents Every Veteran Should Have
- Health Care for Transitioning Military Veterans and their Families
- VA Medical Benefits Eligibility
- VA Service Connected Disability Compensation
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Counseling Resources
- Post-Military Employment
- Education and Training Programs – GI Bill and more.
- VA Loan: Eligibility and How to Apply for a Home Loan
- Resources for Homeless Veterans
- Veterans Aid and Pension Benefit
- State and Local Military Benefits
- Where to Get Assistance with a VA Claim
- Military Burial and Funeral Honors
Caregiver Resource Guide
Community Resource and Referral Center (CRRC) – 602-248-6040
1500 E. Thomas Rd. Ste 106, Phoenix AZ
Monday‐Friday 7:30 am to 5 pm
Get Connected 211 – Emergency Services – Just dial 2-1-1 or 877-211-8661
2200 N Central Ave Ste 211, Phoenix, AZ 85004-1431