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Transitioning from the military to the civilian sector can indeed present unique challenges, and your experiences as a disabled veteran may add an additional layer of complexity. It's important to recognize that various resources and support services are available to assist veterans during this transitional period. Here are some considerations and potential resources:

  1. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA): The VA provides a range of services, including healthcare, disability compensation, education assistance, and vocational rehabilitation. Ensure you are connected with your local VA office to explore the benefits and programs you may be eligible for.

  2. Transition Assistance Programs (TAP): The military offers transition assistance programs to help service members prepare for civilian life. These programs cover topics such as resume writing, job search strategies, and financial planning.

  3. Disability Benefits: If you have a service-connected disability, you may be eligible for disability benefits. The VA offers compensation for disabilities related to military service. Make sure you are aware of the benefits you qualify for and the application process.

  4. Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment (VR&E): VR&E is a program within the VA that assists veterans with service-connected disabilities to prepare for, find, and maintain suitable employment. It offers services such as education and career counseling, job training, and job-seeking skills coaching.

  5. Job Placement Services: Various organizations, both governmental and non-profit, offer job placement services specifically tailored to veterans. These services may include job search assistance, resume building, and interview preparation.

  6. Networking: Connect with other veterans and professionals in your desired industry. Networking can provide valuable insights, mentorship, and potential job opportunities. Attend veteran-focused job fairs and events to expand your network.

  7. Educational Opportunities: Explore educational opportunities that can enhance your skills or lead to a new career. The GI Bill and other education benefits may be available to you.

  8. Local Veteran Service Organizations: Organizations such as the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), and Disabled American Veterans (DAV) can offer support, camaraderie, and assistance in navigating the transition process.

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Disabled Veteran and Returning Veteran Housing

We have homes that are specifically set up for Veterans. Our veteran and VA housing provides residential care homes and group homes for both disabled and non disabled Veterans. We
work directly with the VA and all affiliations of the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines to ensure that our servicemen are provided with quality and safe housing upon return home. We provide group home and transitional living residential care homes for Veterans of the armed forces throughout the local area.

Are you a veteran or do you know a veteran in need of housing? Contact us immediately and schedule a free intake appointment at one of our veteran and VA group homes and residential care homes.

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Let’s Work Together

Phone/Fax: 855-526-4588


Mailing Address: 3245 Main St. Suite 319

Frisco, TX 75034

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