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|Tarrant County Veterans Services
Assists Veterans and their survivors obtain benefits.
|Veterans Employment Services
Assists Veterans in finding employment.
|Veteran Administration (VA) Vet Center
Provides individual, group and family counseling
Contact: 817-274-0981 Arlington | 817-921-9095 Ft Worth
|Texas Veterans Land Board-Housing
Provides financing for veterans to purchase homes
|National Combat Call Center
Provides information about veterans’ benefits and services
|Veterans SUICIDE hotline – Crisis Prevention
Provides around-the-clock crisis counseling for veterans and their families
|Operation Enduring Lamp
Offers legal referrals and advice to active duty members of the Reserves and National Guard and their families
|Dallas VA Medical Center
Provides veterans outpatient and inpatient medical care.
|Texas Veterans Commission
Offers disability claims representation, counseling assistance, employment services and education benefits for Texas veterans
|24/7 Medical Advice for Veterans
Offering sobriety and hope to Tarrant County homeless veterans
|Legal Aid of North West Texas
Provides free civil legal services to people with low incomes
|VA North Texas Health Care System Ft. Worth Outpatient Clinic
Provides general and specialized medical, surgical, and mental health outpatient care.
Contact: 817-335-2202 / 800-443-9672
|VA Court Diversion Program: Judge Brent Carr
Provides appropriate treatment in lieu of criminal justice punishment for veterans with brain injury or mental illness who commit a non-violent offense.
|Mental Health Association Operation Healthy Reunions
Provides accessible, quality mental health care services along with peer and wrap-around support
at little or no cost to assist veterans in readjusting to civilian life.