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Connecting with Other Veterans
Team Red, White, and Blue (Team RWB) provides connections to other veterans and the community through physical and social activities. Click the link to visit their website and learn more.

The Mission Continues (TMC) helps organize veterans into action-oriented groups which address specific issues in their local communities. The Mission Continues also offers fellowships for Post 9-11 veterans who wish to work with a specific non-profit for 6 months. Click the link to visit their website and learn more.

Visit our Community Calendar section to find a variety of events, including job fairs and other events for veterans and their families. To find veteran events, sort the activities by shoosing "Veterans Events" in the Event Type section. 
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) provides opportunities for Post 9/11 veterans to connect with other veterans of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. Search for local resources near you below. 

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Unite US is a social networking site that connects veterans, military families and supporting entities. Click the link to visit their website and learn more. 


War Ink is an inspirational website that provides stories and pictures of veterans and their tattoos.  The project is compiled by veterans, the stories of the tattoos document experiences, memorialize fallen comrades and express emotional response. Click the link to visit their website and learn more.  

The Center for Minority Veterans (CMV) is a central starting point to finding resources and services. Click the link to visit their website and learn more. 

For help with PTSD affecting African-American veterans visit the African-American Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Association (AA PTSD Assn) to learn more. 

The National Association for Black Military Women (NABMW) is focused on documenting the stories of Black Military Women and providing connection to other Black Military Women. Click the link to visit their website and learn more. 

The National Association for Black Veterans (NABVETS) has a wide range of services. Click the link to visit their website and learn more. 

Japanese-American veterans may be interested in visiting the National Japanese-American Veterans Council (NJAVC)Click the link to visit their website and learn more. 

For Native American veterans, visit the National Native American Veterans Association (NAVA)Click the link to visit their website and learn more. 

Jewish veterans may find the Jewish War Veterans of the USA (JWV) organization helpful. Click the link to visit their website and learn more. 
American Veterans for Equal Rights (AVER) provides networking and support for LGBT veterans. (424) 888-0452 (424-888-0GLA) Call AVER to find more info. 
 Disabled American Veterans is focused on assisting veterans with disabilities. They provide assistance with benefits claims as well as social and support opportunities. Search for local resources near you below. 

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Wounded Warrior Project provides networking activities and support for soldiers and veterans wounded in military service after September 11, 2001. Search for local resources near you below. 

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Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) provides support as well as encourage sports participation. Click the link to visit their website and learn more. 

The National Association of Blind Veterans (NABV) has information and networking for Blind Veterans. Click the link to visit their website and learn more. 

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