Under Chapter 58 of the Acts of 2006, frequently referred to as the Massachusetts Healthcare Reform Law, as of July 2007 all adult residents of Massachusetts are required to have health insurance. Residents will be asked to verify their health insurance coverage on their tax return, and residents who do not have insurance will face financial penalties. There are a variety of health insurance options available that veterans can access.
Healthcare options for veterans, members of the Reserve Component, and their families.
- Outreach Centers are non-profit organizations that assist veterans and their families with a range of services from food pantry to counseling to transportation.
Support groups for veterans and families and research studies seeking veteran participants.
- Programs, services, and benefits for the health and well-being of veterans' family members.
- Resources for veterans and their families who want to stop gambling or gamble less.
- Legal assistance for veterans, active duty military, and family members.
- There and Back Again is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide re-integrative healing services to veterans of Iraq/Afghanistan.
Counseling and suicide prevention resources for veterans and their families.
Information about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Military Sexual Trauma (MST).
The overall purpose of Project New Hope Inc. is to promote retreats for service members and their Primary support persons
An online resource for active duty military and veterans looking for help managing their drinking and PTSD symptoms.
Community Rowing, Inc. offers free rowing for veterans and servicemembers of all abilities, including adaptive rowing.