Thursday, July 5, 2012

Even More Resources And Links For Veterans

Bring All Our Troops Home Now, Pres and Congress!

♥Gotta Love Them♥

Iraq Afghanistan Veterans of America No veteran should come home from Iraq and Afghanistan to an unemployment check.

Find Your Local Vietnam Veterans Of America Chapters

Joining Forces About

The First Lady and Dr Biden have met with military families, learned about their successes and challenges, and made it their priority to support them. Joining Forces is a comprehensive national initiative to mobilize all sectors of society to give our service members and their families the opportunities and support they have earned. Veterans Job Bank

For Joe Brennan; Marine,Vietnam Vet, Poster Boy For PTSD.

And For My Cousin Martin; Paratrooper, Vietnam Vet, Original Poster Boy For PTSD.

Veteran Questions/Answers Rolling Thunder PTSD 101 - Resources

Rolling Thunder
National/State Chapters

Links For Our ♥Marines All Our ♥Troops And ♥Veterans [Updated 3/31/12] With links to the G I Bill and much more for Veterans.

Even More Resources And Links For Veterans

Veterans Today VA Home Loans

Returning Soldier and Veteran Health Rural Assistance Center

DAV-Disabled American Veterans Services for Veterans

A-Z Index of U.S. Government Departments and Agencies

VA Launches New Prevention Initiative to Serve 22,000 Veteran Families at Risk of Homelessness Announces Nearly $60 Million in Homeless Prevention Grants Nationwide

Talking About Trauma

Addiction Treatment Therapy Call Toll-Free 24-Hour Addiction Helpline 877-259-5637

How Veterans Can Address Substance Misuse

Momma's take their daughters in whenever we go out! Gotta Love Them!

Video is loud. You might want to turn your sound down.

Gotta Love Us All

Weekly Address: Pushing Congress to Create Jobs, Keep College in Reach for Middle Class Jul 7, 2012 by whitehouse

How to Get Financial Aid for College How to Apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships

Contact Federal Student Aid Information Center (FSAIC) Grant Info. The FSAIC staff can answer your student aid questions and can give you all the help you need. Call 1-800-4-FED-AID (1-800-433-3243) TTY users (for the hearing-impaired) can call 1-800-730-8913

Federal Work Study Program Work Study. An easy job at minimum wage part of your financial aid package. Work at school much easier than running around.

Work-Study: Students' Frequently Asked Questions

Financial Aid Grants are free. No repayment ever!

You don't have to be a genius or have had great marks in high school to get into college nowadays. They may just make you take a couple of easy tests to see what Freshman classes are good for you. Nothing scary, like trying for scholarships. No academic requirements for financial aid.
Anyone can go to college. You don't have to be in or just out of high school. I was 28 when I started college.

I went to school with people who worked full time and still got straight A's. Better grades than I.

Call the Financial Aid Department of the college or university you want to attend and ask them any questions you have, or for an interview there for help getting the financial aid application completed.