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A Home for the Brave  

Learn about low downpayment mortgage financing for veterans of the U.S. Armed Services.

Armed Forces Retirement Homes  

Learn how to apply to live in the Armed Forces retirement homes.

Association of the United States Army (AUSA)  

Supporting soldiers, their families, & Army civilians by providing a voice for the Army, member benefits, & honoring those who have served.

Bilingual Veterans Outreach Centers of Massachusetts  

Bilingual Veterans Outreach Centers of Massachusetts, Inc.

Servicing Western Massachusetts, the Bilingual Veterans Outreach Centers of MA helps veterans & their families seeking relief & assistance, with the agency assisting in acquiring & all entitled local, state & VA benefits. The agency offers numerous programs & services such as: - Housing - Assistance with benefits - Heating assistance - Career assistance - Education benefits - Clothing assistance - Connection to healthcare - & more. Visit the link above to apply or call: (413) 731-0194

Blind & Low-Vision Rehabilitation Services  

U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA)

Veteran or active-duty service members who are blind or have low vision may be able to get vision care & rehabilitation services through the VA to help live an independent life. Some services include: - Vision-enhancing devices & training - Visual skills training - Sensory training - Mobility & orientation training - Counseling/group therapy, & more. Learn more & register for care near you by visiting the link above. You can also call the Blind Rehabilitation Service Office: (202) 461-7317

Cape & Islands Veterans Outreach Center  

Cape and Islands Veterans Outreach Center

Located in Hyannis, the Cape & Islands Outreach Center (CIVOC) provides comprehensive life sustaining services such as a food pantry, mental health, & family support services for veterans & their loved ones. CIVOC also offers different programs including: - Housing; - Scholarships; - Community Awareness. To learn more about the services they provide visit the link above or contact them directly: Call: (508) 778-1590 Email: info@capeveterans.com

Central Hampshire Veterans' Services  

Town of Amherst

The Central Hampshire Veterans' Services office advocates on behalf of veterans in the Central Hampshire area & following communities: - Amherst - Chesterfield - Cummington - Northampton - Pelham - Williamsburg The offices provides quality support services & administers the state's emergency financial assistance program (Chapter 115) for eligible veterans & their dependents. For more info please visit the link above, or call: 413-259-3028 (Amherst) 413-587-1299 (Northhampton)

DAV - Disabled American Veterans  

A national non-profit organization that provides a lifetime of support for veterans of all generations & their families.

DAV Veteran Advancement Programs  

DAV Department of Massachusetts

The DAV's Veteran Advancement Program offers permanent & transitional affordable housing opportunities for all veterans & their dependents in Gardner & Leominster. They also offer wrap-around supportive services including, but not limited to: - VA Claims & Benefits Counseling - Education Guidance - Peer Support - Community Activities - Food Pantry - Volunteer Opportunities - Referrals to services, & more. Visit the link above to learn more & complete your application today.

Disability Housing Grants for Veterans  

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

The VA offers housing grants for Veterans & service members with certain service-connected disabilities to buy or change a home to meet their needs & live more independently. Changing a home might involve installing ramps or widening doorways. To be eligible for a Specially Adapted Housing (SAH) Grant, you must: - Own or will own the home; - & have a qualifying service-connected disability Find out if you’re eligible for a SAH grant & learn how to apply by visiting the link above.

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