Veteran Resources

Resource Description/Link

A website designed to help people determine which government benefits they should apply for.

Know Your Employment Rights Under the ADA: A Guide for Veterans

This website leads to a guide that explains ADA law and rights as they pertain to veterans who have disabilities.

Mesothelioma + Asbestos Awareness Center

This website offers free mesothelioma resources and support to veterans and their families who have been affected by a mesothelioma diagnosis. The prevalence of asbestos use in the military in the past is the major reason why 1/3 of all mesothelioma patients are veterans. benefits

This website is an article on vocational rehabilitation and employment for veterans who are disabled.

Mobile App: PTSD Coach

This website leads to a mobile app released by the US Department of Veterans Affairs. It is designed to help the user understand and manage symptoms that commonly occur after trauma.

Navigating Government Benefits and Employment: A Guidebook for Veterans with Disabilities

This website is a a document that guides veterans who are disabled on how to secure government benefits and employment.

Paralyzed Veterans of America

The official website of the Paralyzed Veterans of America, an advocacy organization for veterans who have been paralyzed during service.

Supporting the Workplace Success of Wounded and Injured Service Members

This website is a guide designed to educate people on how to support veterans who are injured or disabled as they return to the workplace.

Texas Veteran’s Commission

This website leads to an organization designed to serve as a state-appointed advocate of Texas veterans as they attempt to obtain government benefits.

United States Department of Veteran’s Affairs

This website leads to the homepage for the US Department of Veteran’s Affairs.