For Veterans

Veteran resource groups provide critical services, benefits and support that help Native American Veterans who have served in our country’s Armed Forces achieve fulfilling and successful lives post service. Veteran resource groups can provide support in the areas of disability, education and training, careers and employment, health care, housing assistance and more. Every Warrior in Uniform is encouraged to take advantage of these resources to enable them and their families to enjoy a rewarding, fulfilling, and successful civilian life.

Listed below are links to some of the most notable Veteran resource sites.

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) provides information about services and benefits that help Veterans succeed in their lives and careers. VA offers benefits that can help Veterans buy, retain, or modify a home; earn a degree; start a career; stay healthy; and build success in their post-military life.


National Veterans Foundation (NVF) 

The National Veterans Foundation (NVF) serves the Crisis Management, Information, and Referral Needs of all U.S. Veterans and their families. The site features a vetted list of Veteran resources. It is non-governmental, provides a proven Vet-to-Vet service model, and offers solutions for problems facing Veterans.


National Association of American Veterans

The National Association of American Veterans assists Servicemembers and disabled Veterans and their dependents, particularly severely wounded warriors, and single-parent Servicemembers and Veterans. The NAAV supports Veterans by helping them, their families, and military caregivers access their benefits, facilitating communication and coordination with the VA, and collaborating with the VA and other Veterans groups, health agencies, medical professional organizations, and educational organizations.



A one-stop destination for all things military-related. provides the latest news, information on benefits, and other resources to help in daily life post service. hosts the “largest veteran job board in the world” as part of its careers section. It also helps individuals search for specific jobs, create their resumes and network with other veterans. Also featured are “military friendly” employers, such as Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Allstate, Walmart, and Boeing.


Vet Jobs has more than ten million users and is sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States. The site is free to use and includes a listing of upcoming military career fairs. In addition to state-specific job boards, the site also features a spouse portal to assist the partners of Veterans in finding employment.


Wounded Warrior Project 

Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) is a non-profit service organization that offers a variety of programs, services, and events for wounded Veterans of the military actions following September 11, 2001. Wounded Warrior Project helps families of Veterans reconnect through events that support family bonding and transitional skills. Through their Veteran family support programs, Wounded Warrior Project also helps guide families through the sometimes-confusing process of receiving VA benefits.


Veterans History Project

The Veterans History Project of the American Folklife Center collects, preserves, and makes accessible the personal accounts of American war veterans so that future generations may hear directly from Veterans and better understand the realities of war. Stories are told through first personal narratives, correspondence, and visual material and include Veterans from World War 1 through present day.