Veterans Resource Directory

A site to help others with their transition by helping them find work using the skills they gained in military service

Based on conversations with community leaders across the US, many aging veterans are unaware of the available care options and programs that can help maintain their independence and quality of life. So we created a series of free resources that provide comprehensive information on topics like financial support and care options. You can read more about our work here: 

Veterans Assisted Living Assessment and Benefits

Find Assisted Living Options Near Me

Assisted Living in Hawaii

Many men and women who have bravely served our country are sadly left with painful memories they wish they didn't have. In many cases, veterans turn to drugs and alcohol as a way to deal with these thoughts, especially PTSD. Luckily, there are resources available to help at Recovery Village.

Consumer Safety Guide was created to help keep the public informed about consumer dangers and safety issues associated with products currently on the market that can cause harm. Our website is constantly being updated with information on the most popular prescription medications and medical devices that have been linked to severe complications.

Veterans health guide that details issues like hearing loss, PTSD, environmental hazards, and more

Mesothelioma.net provides veterans with the very best in treatment information, 24/7 online support, financial aid, and much more. We are also 'Health On the Net' certified as a trustworthy site for health information (HONcode Badge located bottom right of site) and are periodically reviewed by medical professionals. Lastly, we also proudly sponsor The American Cancer Society, the MD Cancer Center, and the Make a Wish Foundation.

Qualify for a VA loan with no down payment and lower credit score requirements than other loans.

Many seniors look around in their sixties, seventies, or beyond and realize that the home that they live in is too big, full of clutter, expensive to live in, tiring to take care of, or isolated. The solution to these problems is often to downsize by moving to a smaller home, moving in with a relative, or moving into some kind of residential community designed for seniors. Read More