Veterans

You’ve heard about our computer centers around the state that offer free Internet access and computer instruction, but did you know that our mentors are also trained to help Veterans find resources and assistance online? Visit a computer center in a fire department or rescue squad near you to find out how we can help.

Below is a guide to finding veterans' resources online. You can also download a pdf version of the booklet by clicking the image below.

Resource Guide for West Virginia VeteransDownload the PDF Booklet


Veterans Resources
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www.wvmilitaryconnection.org
www.wvmilitaryconnection.orgWV Military Connection

A single website to connect West Virginia military personnel to resources for you and your family. If you need help with employment, training or health care, this is the place where you and your family can find answers and assistance.

www.veterans.wv.gov
http://www.veterans.wv.gov

The Department of Veterans Assistance of West Virginia is here to assist eligible veterans, their widows, dependents and orphans in preparing and
presenting their claims for benefits of their rights and privileges under federal and state laws enacted for their benefits.

West Virginia Veterans Coalition on Facebook
Click “Like” for updates and news on your Facebook wall.

www.workforcewv.org
www.workforcewv.org

Choose the Veterans tab on this site to access Veteran Services, Military Incentive Programs, Veteran Awards, and other links for veteran employment related services.

www.va.gov
www.va.gov

The Veterans Administration website has a wealth of information and provides helpful links to applications for services and benefits available to veterans. There are also links to special programs hosted by the Veterans Administration, such as Vocational Rehabilitation and Employment, the Homeless Veterans Program, and the Surviving Spouses and Dependents Program.

www.vetcenter.va.gov
www.vetcenter.va.gov

The Vet Centers are the people in the Veterans Administration who welcome home war veterans with honor by providing quality readjustment counseling in a caring manner. Vet Centers understand and appreciate veterans’ war experiences while assisting them and their family members toward a successful post-war adjustment in or near their community.

www.mynextmove.org/vets
www.mynextmove.org/vets

If you are a veteran who has served your country and now need to decide what you want to do for a living, this is the site for you!  Search for careers with keywords, browse careers by industry, or find careers like your military job.

www.theveteranssupport.org
www.theveteranssupport.org

Veterans Support Organization is a vital resource in helping veterans transition from the Armed Forces to civilian life by providing employment, housing, and financial assistance.

www.myhealth.va.gov
www.myhealth.va.gov

My HealthVet is the Veterans Administration’s (VA) Personal Health Record. This is a great way for veterans to keep track of their health records and information. Features recently added allow you to view VA appointments and check on lab results, get prescriptions refilled online, view prescription history and DoD military service information.

www.operationhomefront.net
www.operationhomefront.net

Get assistance for your family by applying through the numerous programs offered by Operation Homefront. Operation Homefront posts your need and solicits donations and help to meet that need.

www.militaryonesource.mil
www.militaryonesource.mil

Military OneSource provides services, information and tools to help deal with issues surrounding military life and deployment, family and recreation, health and relationships, financial and legal issues, and crisis and disasters.

www.maketheconnection.net
www.maketheconnection.net

Make The Connection provides shared experiences and support for veterans. Listen to experiences and stories of other veterans, learn about topics relevant to your life and experiences, and locate resources near you.

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Veterans Resource Booklet.pdf3.78 MB