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    US Department of Veterans Affairs – Center for Women Veterans
    In November 1994, Public Law 103-446 established the Center for Women to monitor and coordinate VA's administration of health care and benefits services and programs for women Veterans. The Center serves as an advocate for a cultural transformation (both within VA and in the general public) in recognizing the service and contributions of women Veterans and women in the military, and in raising awareness of the responsibility to treat women Veterans with dignity and respect. The Director, Center for Women Veterans, acts as the primary advisor to the Secretary of Veterans Affairs on all matters related to policies, legislation, programs, issues, and initiatives affecting women Veterans.
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    Veterans Outreach Center

    The scars of war are deep, life-altering and slow to heal. Veterans Outreach Center proactively seeks out veterans in need who continue to suffer in silence-battling personal wars that can be won, with our help. VOC's collaborative approach to treatment cares for the whole person. Veterans receive the breadth of services needed to regain their mental, physical and economic health; reconnect with themselves and society; and resume productive lives.

    Veterans Outreach Center helps veterans of all eras, including World War II, Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf, Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom, those who served during peacetime, and Guard and Reserve military personnel. They stand ready to assist current troops returning to the home front. They believe the healing process for all veterans involves the efforts of family, friends and community to actively participate in the reintegration process.

    Veterans Outreach Center is the oldest community-based veteran outreach effort in the nation. Opened in 1973 to support Vietnam veterans coping with their wartime experiences and to facilitate government benefits claims, VOC has evolved to the meet the contemporary and ever-changing need of all veterans.

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    Veterans United Connect Facebook Application

    This free Facebook application for the military community helps serving members and veterans reconnect with old friends.  Military families can also share experiences, photos and advice with others. 

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    Veterans United Network
    Veterans United Network is one of the largest online military resources with nearly 185,000 dedicated followers, and is updated by 10 year Army Veteran Levi Newman.  The blog covers topics ranging from military benefits to post military life, and even news and current military events.
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    V-Wise: Veteran Women Igniting the Spirit of Entrepreneurship

    V-WISE is committed to women Veterans by providing them the tools to become successful entrepreneurs.  Their goal is to integrate their leadership, integrity, focus
    and drive into a premier educational training program taught by accomplished entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship educators from across the United States.  V-WISE enables women Veterans to find their passion and to learn the business-savvy skills to turn their ideas or businesses into a growth ventures.  V-WISE recognizes entrepreneurship an important part of economic growth across the country and this program is the key for women Veterans to truly pursue their dreams and to make them a reality.

    V-WISE is an entrepreneurship program of the Whitman School of Management of Syracuse University

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    Websites for Heroes

    Websites for Heroes is a non-profit organization that provides military families with their own personalized and secure websites through which they can stay connected to one another.  Each family website includes a video gallery, photo gallery, message board, calendar, family directory, news, history, & kids' profile pages.  All family pages are paid for by donations.  If you are an active service member, or the immediate family of an active service member, you can apply for a website.

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    When Both Parents Are Deployed

    When both parents are deployed it's very hard on children. Deployment may take an emotional toll on the military family, but parents need to take a few steps to ensure their children will be cared for until they return.

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    Women Marines Association
    The Women Marines Association is the only veterans association for and about women Marines. WMA is a non-profit 501(c)3 veteran organization. The Women Marines Association was established in Denver, CO, in 1960 to ensure that our history as Marines would continue to be told and passed on to a new generation of Marines. Chapters and members across the nation work on community programs and support our military personnel, our veterans and their communities. They reach across all areas where there is a need.