Helpful Websites


 Helpful Websites for Veterans

  1. The official website of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, providing information on benefits, healthcare, and resources for veterans.

  2. eBenefits: A portal for veterans to access their VA benefits and services, including claims status and health records.

  3. National Resource Directory: A comprehensive directory of resources for veterans, service members, and their families, offering information on employment, education, and healthcare.

  4. Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW): The VFW website provides support and advocacy for veterans, including information on benefits and programs.

  5. Disabled American Veterans (DAV): DAV offers assistance to disabled veterans and their families, including help with claims and benefits.

  6. Military OneSource: A resource for military personnel and their families, offering support in various areas, including education, employment, and wellness.

  7. My HealtheVet: An online portal for veterans to manage their VA healthcare, appointments, and prescription refills.

  8. National Center for PTSD: A resource for veterans dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder, offering information, self-help tools, and treatment options.

  9. A comprehensive website offering news, resources, and community for veterans, service members, and their families.

  10. Hire Heroes USA: An organization dedicated to helping veterans transition to civilian employment, offering job search assistance and career counseling.

  11. American Legion: The American Legion website provides information on veterans’ advocacy, programs, and benefits.

  12. Wounded Warrior Project: A nonprofit organization that supports wounded veterans with a variety of programs, services, and resources.

  13. Veterans Benefits: This page provides an overview of federal benefits and services available to veterans and their families.

  14. Fisher House Foundation: Fisher House offers lodging to military and veterans’ families while their loved ones receive medical treatment.

  15. Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA): IAVA advocates for post-9/11 veterans, providing resources and support for their unique needs.

  16. Make the Connection: A resource for veterans to connect with others who have experienced similar challenges and find support for mental health and well-being.

  17. National Veterans Legal Services Program: NVLSP offers legal representation and advocacy for veterans seeking disability benefits.

  18. Operation Homefront: A nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance and support to military families in need.

  19. Veteran’s Crisis Line: For veterans in crisis, this helpline offers confidential support, including text, chat, and phone options.

  20. VA Caregiver Support: Information and resources for caregivers of veterans, including support programs and services.

Helpful Websites for Soldiers:

  1. The official website of the U.S. Army provides news, information about units, and resources for soldiers and their families.

  2. MyPay: A Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS) website where soldiers can access their pay and tax information.
  3. Defense Travel System (DTS): A platform for managing travel reservations, vouchers, and expenses for official travel.

  4. GoArmyEd: An Army education portal that allows soldiers to manage their educational benefits and enroll in courses.

  5. TRICARE: The official healthcare program for military members and their families, offering information on benefits, providers, and coverage.

  6. Army Emergency Relief (AER): A nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance and scholarships to soldiers and their families in times of need.

  7. Soldier for Life: A program aimed at assisting soldiers in their transition to civilian life, offering resources on employment, education, and benefits.

  8. Army Career Tracker: A tool for tracking and managing career development, training, and goals within the Army.

  9. SFL-TAP (Soldier for Life – Transition Assistance Program): Provides resources and guidance for soldiers preparing for the transition to civilian life.

  10. Defense Finance and Accounting Service (DFAS): Offers information on military pay, retirement, and financial services.

  11. Army Community Service (ACS): Provides a wide range of support services, including family programs, relocation assistance, and financial counseling.

  12. U.S. Army Recruiting Command: Offers information for those interested in joining the Army, including enlistment requirements and opportunities.

  13. Army Times: A news source dedicated to the U.S. Army, providing updates on military news, policy changes, and more.

  14. Army & Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES): The official online store for military personnel and their families, offering shopping, dining, and other services.

  15. USAJobs: The federal government’s official job search website, where soldiers can explore civilian job opportunities.

  16. Operation Military Kids: A resource for children and youth in military families, offering support during deployments and transitions.

  17. National Guard Bureau: The official website of the National Guard, providing resources and information for Army National Guard soldiers.

  18. Soldiers’ Angels: A volunteer-led organization that provides support to deployed soldiers through care packages and letters.

  19. Military OneSource: Offers various resources and support for military personnel and their families, including counseling, financial services, and education.


Please note that the availability and content of these websites may change over time, so it’s a good practice to verify their usefulness and relevance periodically. Additionally, some of these websites may require authentication for access, depending on your military status and role.