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Returning From Service
The Veteran Resource Corps (VRC) has veterans available to help in several Los Angeles libraries. Click the link to visit their website and learn more. 
CalVet Linc, The California Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (CalVet) has certified Veteran Service Officers (VSO’s) called Local Interagency Network Coordinators (LINC’s). LINC’s help with accessing benefits from the VA and will also help with connections to other resources in the community. Click the link to visit their website and learn more. 

The American Legion connects veterans of all eras to services and provides support and social activities within the local community. Search for local resources near you below. 

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Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) advocates on behalf of all veterans. Search for local resources near you below.

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TEAM AMVETS provides many services, including accredited Veterans Service Officers that can help veterans connect with benefits assistance as well as other resources. Search for local resources near you below. 

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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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Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA) is focused on assisting Vietnam-era veterans and their families. Click the link to visit their website and learn more. 
There are places to talk about emotions and concerns. These programs are confidential and are not connected to the VA. Search for local resources near you below.

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The National Veterans Transition Services (NVTS) periodically offers three-week in-person workshops. Click the link to visit their website and learn more.