Veteran Resources

Empowering veterans in need of support, a list of resources is available for veterans and their families.

Pinellas County Veteran Services is a link for veterans and their families that are residents to obtain important government services as well as better access to services. Their services are free of charge.

Proudly serving nearly 98,000 Veterans, Hillsborough County aims to ensure all former military service members and their families can access resources. Free assistance is available at any of their Veteran Service Office locations.

Pasco County Division of Veterans Services is a County agency created to assist the County’s former, present, and future members of the United States Armed Forces, their dependents, and survivors.

The Manatee County Veterans Services Office is an important link in helping Veterans and their dependents obtain the earned benefits they so greatly deserve.

Honor Flight is a national network working to honor our nation’s veterans with an all-expenses paid trip to the memorials in Washington, D.C.
The Honor Flight Network is currently serving veterans who served from World War II to the Korean War and through to Vietnam. Veterans from all service areas that are catastrophically ill and injured are served as well.
Honor Flight West Coast Central Florida
Honor Flight West Coase Central Florida serves as a Hub for the Honor Flight Network.  Flying out of St. Pete - Clearwater International Airport, they recognize Veterans for their sacrifice and service by flying them FREE OF CHARGE to Washington, D.C.

Located in Texas, the Pink Berets work to address, educate, coordinate, and provide aid and relief to active duty women of the United States Armed Forces and Veterans seeking assistance with injuries such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Military Sexual Trauma, and Combat Trauma Stress on a local and national level. They are committed to helping women afflicted with the effects of PTSD, MST, and CTS and address their symptoms before it progresses to homelessness, unemployment, and suicide.

Final Salute Inc. offers their H.O.M.E and S.A.F.E Programs to assist women veterans and their children who are currently homeless, facing homelessness, and under financial strain. Their program is open to all women veterans and their children regardless of their location.

The Association of Service Dog Providers for Military Veterans is a coalition of non-profit service dog providers for military Veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, and military sexual trauma working to prevent suicide and improve military Veterans’ mental health.

Located in Florida, K9s For Warriors provides trained and accredited service dogs for service members who became disabled while serving in the armed forces and have a verified clinical diagnosis of PTSD, TBI, or MST to qualify for our program.

Co-founded by alumni, Marc Wolfson, Post 9/11 Veterans Corp.'s mission is the community – the military community, as well as Tampa Bay and our efforts, focus on integrating these communities together so we can create a new future for returning veterans.

Post 911 Veterans | Home

A free, anonymous, confidential resource is available to Veterans in a crisis as well as concerned family members and friends.

Phone: 888 then press 1

Text: 838255