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law-abiding lifestyle while improving mental health recovery and successful re-entry into the community.

Tarrant County Veterans Services 1200 Circle Drive, Suite 300, Fort Worth, TX 76196 (817) 531-5645 The Tarrant County Veteran Services Oce is an advocate agency established to assist veterans and/or their survivors obtain entitled benets from the U.S. Department of Veterans Aairs and the State of Texas. Peer Support Bring Everyone In The Zone P.O. Box 763, Killeen, TX 76540 (254) 681-9112, (817) 692-1263 1501-B E. El Paso, Fort Worth, TX, 76107 (817) 298-6529 Provides peer-to-peer support groups for veteran. As well as developing strategies on how to deal with environmental pressures and barriers that veterans and their families may be dealing with. Tarrant Cares One resource, countless solutions. Find the services you need 24 hours a day. Texas Veterans Leadership Program IOF & OEF 1320 S. University Dr., Ste 600, Fort Worth, TX 76017 (817) 804-4261 | John Lowry | (214) 354-8644 | The Texas Veterans Leadership Program (TVLP) is a Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) resource and referral network that serves to connect returning veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan with the resources and tools they need to lead productive lives and enjoy the full benets of the society they have willingly served. Warrior Gateway The Warrior Gateway Program has been designed to promote easier reintegration into home communities. It establishes a single capability that serves as a trusted and reliable resource for the military community to quickly locate service organizations that satisfy their needs, identify academic programs they are interested in and easily nd employers seeking their valuable skills, while enabling improvements in the service provider sector through metrics and collaboration. Rehabilitation Services Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS) 1501 Circle Drive Suite 210-218, Fort Worth, TX 76119 (817) 321-8500 218 Billings Street Suite 310, Arlington, TX 76010 (817) 949-2404 | Administers programs that ensure Texas is a State where people with disabilities, and children who have developmental delays, enjoy the same opportunities as other Texans to live independent and productive lives. Fort Worth Transitional Center 600 N. Henderson Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107 (817) 335 6053 Halfway House for TX Dept. of Criminal Justice paroled oenders.

MHMR of Tarrant County (817) 569-4600 | (817) 569-4454 | Addiction services division oers a complete continuing addiction treatment to veterans and their families at the following locations: Community Addiction Treatment Services (CATS) 1518 E. Lancaster Suite Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76102 (817)-569-5360 Harmon Road Addiction Recovery Center 129 Harmon Road, Hurst, TX 76053 (817) 569-5750 HIV Services 129 Harmon Road, Hurst, TX 76053 (817) 569-5760 Pine Street Recovery Center 1501-A E. El Paso, Fort Worth, TX 76102 (817) 569-4600 Ambulatory Detox 1501 E. El Paso St., Ste. A, Fort Worth, TX 76102 (817) 569-4270 The Campus - Adolescent Services 1527 Hemphill, Suite 622, Fort Worth, TX 76104 (817) 569-4270 Center for Therapeutic Change 605 E. Border, Arlington, TX 76010 (817) 548-9770 6320 Brentwood Stair Road, Fort Worth, TX 76112 (817) 446-9770 The center for Therapeutic Change exists to serve you and your family. CTC oers a comprehensive approach to mental health, substance abuse, and addiction treatment services. Rocky Top Therapy Center 660 Keller Smitheld Road, Keller, Texas 76248 (817) 379-5717 Ext. 18 Brooke Knox | We provide free mental health counseling to veterans of all eras and their dependents. Our services are funded through the Texas Veterans Commission Fund for Veterans Assistance. We also provide therapeutic riding and physical therapy at no cost for veterans and their families. Recovery Resource Council 2700 Airport Freeway, Ft. Worth, Texas 76111 (817) 332-6329 | Oers counseling to Veterans and their family members struggling with addictions as well as other emotional, psychological and behavioral issues. Our diverse sta specialize in the following areas: Addictions, Anxiety, Anger Issues, Couples, Marriage and Family Counseling, Depression, Grief and Loss Issues, Life Transitions, Men's Issues, Mood Disorders, PTSD, Substance Use Disorders, Trauma and Abuse, Women's Issues. *Sliding scale available. Female Veteran Services Grace After Fire P.O. Box 185804, Fort Worth, TX 76181 (817) 682-6694 Call Network: 1-800-362-6477 The mission of Grace After Fire is to provide the means for women Veterans to gain knowledge, insight and self-renewal. We serve to protect the Veteran, connect the resources and renew the women.

Hope for the Home Front Hope for the Home Front serves to fortify women who are connected to a wounded combat veteran of any conict by providing them with resources, books, seminars, weekend retreats and community connections. We educate, encourage and empower these women to nd hope, healing and solutions for themselves and for their families so that they not only survive the aftermath of war, but thrive on the home front! The Womens Center 1723 Hemphill, Fort Worth, TX 76110 (817) 927-4006 Provides services for rape crisis, victim services and employment solutions counseling. Education Services Educational Opportunity Center 2300 Circle Drive Suite, Fort Worth, TX 76119 (817) 531-2657| Through partnerships with industry, business, government, schools and community organizations, CLC Inc. provides model educational training, and employment services designed to lead to better jobs and careers, for individuals who need and want them most. UNT Health Science Center 3500 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth, TX 76107 (817) 735-2000 To improve the health and quality of life for the people of Texas and beyond through excellence in education, research, clinical care and community engagement to provide national leadership in primary care. Student Veteran Project Center for Clinical Social Work Building B 211 S. Cooper St. Box 19129 Arlington, Texas 76019-0129 (817) 272-2165 Student Veteran Project (SVP) is an intervention study testing eective models of supported education services for veterans pursuing higher education. The SVP provides free services to the veterans who are undergraduates or thinking about returning to school. The Student Veteran Project assists veterans who participate in the research program to learn skills and access services which will assist veterans meet their educational goals and further their educational attainment. SVP acts as personal trainer to help the veteran enter or re-enter the education system. Things SVP can assist with: Work with veteran and family members to identify the colleges that are best for the veteran, understanding the transition to the student role and its eects on veterans family, providing cognitive testing, counseling (individual, group, couples and family), and nding resources to assist veterans and their families. Human Services American Legion Post Auxiliary P.O. Box 2664, Benbrook, TX 76126 (817) 249-2791 Provides assistance to Veterans and active duty military. Area Agency on Aging Tarrant county/United Way 1500 N. Main Street, Fort Worth, TX 76164 (817) 258-8000 Veteran-Directed Home & Community Based Services. Funded through VA. Monthly budget for purchase of goods/services. Attendant care to prevent institutionalization.

Deaf Action Center 2500 Lipscomb Street, Fort Worth, TX 76110 (817) 926-5305 V/TTY | Toll Free 1-866-241-1223 Karen Moulder | Serves the deaf and hard of hearing. Jewish War Vets Post 755 7001 Candlestick Court, Fort Worth, TX 76133 (817) 346-1902 Assist Veteran causes and or projects; various project sponsor for all veterans. Jewish War Vets of USA MHMR Visions (817) 569-4503 | To make a donation visit: For more information, visit our facebook page: The foundation for MHMR of Tarrant County Veteran services. Spiritual Care/Counseling Tarrant County Spiritual Care Network 3800 S. Hulen Street, Suite 230 Fort Worth, Texas 76107 (817) 510-2525 | The purpose of the Tarrant County Spiritual Care Network (SCN) is to provide spiritual support for Tarrant County Texas institutions that are service oriented to the community. Tarrant County Spiritual Care Network (SCN) is a non-prot organization providing spiritual support and care for the leadership of Tarrant County, Texas. We provide spiritual direction and care, and opportunities for service to the community and the facilitation of faith-based collaborative eorts for Tarrant County institutions. Advocacy Services The Veterans Coalition of Tarrant County (VETCO) VETCO facilitates access to education, employment, and life needs by: identifying existing services and gaps in service, improving communication & collaboration among member organizations, facilitating new programs among member organizations and serving as an advocate on issues that impact member organizations. The Veterans Coalition of North Central Texas Contact: Nekima Booker @ To build bridges between local community resources, national resources, Military Forces, and their families to rebuild, educate, improve and stabilize the Health Readiness of Veterans to reintegrate back into society.

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The Mission of VETCO is to improve the quality of life for service members, veterans and their families.

Employment Assistance Community Learning Center Incorporated 555 North Grants Lane Fort Worth, TX 76108 (817) 569-9008 | To create, expand, and enhance job and career advancement opportunities for veterans. In addition receiving academic remediation, resume assistance, interview skills training, and job placement and career advancement assistance. Momentum Texas Inc 1402 Corinth St, Ste 115, Dallas, TX 75215 (214) 421-3771 Momentum Texas Inc manages the Dallas Fort Worth Veterans Business Assistance Program. This program funded by the Texas Workforce Commission empowers veterans who wish to start or grow a business through free training and coaching. Department of Veterans Aairs/Veterans Employment Services 101 New York Ave., Fort Worth, TX, 76104 (817) 255-7160 | (817) 255-7160 | Compensated Work Therapy (CWT) is a Department of Veterans Aairs (VA) vocational rehabilitation program that endeavors to match and support work ready veterans in competitive jobs, and provide work opportunities for veterans needing work support. Workforce Solutions 1320 S. University Drive Suite 600, Fort Worth, TX 76107 (817) 413-4403 | Helps employers solve workforce-related business problems and area residents build careers, so that both can better prepare in the changing worldwide economy. Homeless Support Fort Worth Homeless Veterans Program 1518 E. Lancaster Suite A, Fort Worth, TX 76102 Linda Saucedo | (817) 255-7150 | (214) 927-4501 Engaging and identifying homeless Veterans who need to initiate services for VA Health Care; Coordination of health care and Social Services to homeless Veterans; Community outreach on the streets, shelters, encampments, and community mental health facilities. Liberty House 1501 E. EL Paso, Bldg. B, Fort Worth, TX 76102 (817) 569-4650 | Transitional housing for homeless veterans with PTSD and substance dependence issues while providing supportive services during length of stay. Patriot House 2400 Cypress Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102 (817) 632-7400 Program of Presbyterian Night Shelter providing transitional housing for homeless veterans. Partnered with Veterans Aairs (VA) to assist veterans in securing and retaining employment and permanent, independent housing. Presbyterian Night Shelter 2400 Cypress Street, Fort Worth, TX 76102 (817) 632-7400 Provides transitional housing, case management (employment, nancial & legal referrals), housing assistance, food stamp assistance, connection to the VA. Volunteers of America 1500 N. Main St. Ste. 150, Fort Worth, TX 76464 (817) 529-7396

Volunteers of America are committed to ending homelessness for those already on the street and preventing others from becoming homeless. Volunteers of America provide a wide array of well-designed and managed services to meet the specic needs of homeless veterans. Legal Assistance Texas Lawyers for Texas Veterans-Tarrant County Chapter | For Appointments please call: (817) 546-4460 The Tarrant County Bar Foundation, in partnership with the Tarrant County Bar Association, Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas and the Tarrant County Family Law Bar Association, provide monthly legal clinics for Veterans (Free Consultation). Financial income guidelines apply for free (Pro Bono) representation referred to private attorneys outside the clinics. Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas (817) 336-3943 | 1-888-529-5277 | Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas oers legal advice and representation to Veterans who are eligible for services. Attorneys may provide advice and counsel on issues ranging from VA and other public benets; equal access to housing; employment law; family matters; wills and advance directives; and real property law, including landlord/tenant matters and foreclosures. Mental Health Counselling Services MHMR of Tarrant County ICARE Crisis Line (817) 335-3022 | 1-800-866-2465 ICARE Call Center provides rapid telephonic responses for the psychiatric needs of Tarrant County residents. The Crisis Hotline operates 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. Services include: Telephonic crisis response, intervention and resolution; Screenings for mental health services for Adults, Children & Adolescents; Information and referrals to community resources; Support and Reassurance; and Postvention follow-up calls. Mental Health America of Greater Tarrant County 3136 West 4th Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107 (817) 335-5405 | | Oce Hours: Monday Friday 8:30 AM 5:00 pm The Association of Mental Health Association of Greater Tarrant County, founded in 1942, provides mental health support to the people of Tarrant County, Texas, and surrounding regions. For over 60 years, MHATC has provided a link between individuals and the complex, often inadequate array of mental health services in our community, MHATC has played a key role in the development of comprehensive resources for people with mental illness in Tarrant County. Fort Worth Vet Center Vet Center (U.S. Department of Veterans Aairs) 1305 W. Magnolia Ave., Ste. B, Fort Worth, TX 76104 (817) 921-9095 3337 W. Pioneer Pkwy, Pantego, TX 76013 (817) 274-0981 Provides re-adjustment counseling services for combat veterans and families. The following services are oered for combat veterans: provides group, individual, family, marital, Military Sexual Trauma (MST) and bereavement counseling. Warrior Support Program Mental Health America of Greater Tarrant County 3136 W. 4th Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107 Teresa Linn MS, LPC | (817) 546-7830 | Oers counseling services to Veterans and their family members as well as First-responders and their family members. The Veteran services are funded through the shared Soldier Support grant and any Veteran residing in Tarrant County, with a DD-214 and their family members are eligible for the program.

Disability Assistance Disabled American Vets, Bluebonnet (DAV) 401 Fulton, Fort Worth, TX 76104 (817) 246-5683 | (817) 336-1881 Building better lives for Americas disabled veterans and their families. DAV provides advocacy and services in communities nationwide by educating lawmakers and the public about important issues to supporting services and legislation to help disabled veterans. Rehabilitation, Education and Advocacy for citizens with handicaps (REACH) 1000 Macon Street, Suite 200, Fort Worth, TX 76102-4527 (817) 870-9082 8625 King George, Suite 210, Dallas,TX 75235-2275 (214) 630-4796 | TTY: (214) 630-5995 405 S. Elm Street, Suite 202, Denton, TX 76201-6068 Voice & TTY: (940) 383-1062 720 E. Park Blvd., Suite 104, Plano, TX 75074-8844 (972) 398-1111 Email: REACH provides peer support/peer counseling to a person with a disability using his/her unique insight, knowledge and skills to help a veteran with a disability deal with everyday issues, explore options and problem solve. REACH also provides: Independent living skills training, advocacy assistance, Veteran Benets counseling, Adjustment to Disability Training/Counseling, Assistive Technology Equipment Loan Program, Employment Assistance and Housing Assistance. Medical Services Fort Worth VA Outpatient Clinic 2201 SE. Loop 820, Fort Worth, TX 76119 (817) 730-0005 Oers general & specialty outpatient care in medicine, surgery & mental health. Includes: primary care, laboratory, radiology, dental, vision, orthopedics, pharmacy, and social work services. Veteran PTSD and TBI Research Study The University of Texas at Dallas Center for BrainHealth 2200 West Mockingbird Lane, Dallas, TX 75235 Cedric Jones (972) 883-3317 or Cassie Morgan (972) 883-3240 The Center for BrainHealth was created in 1999 and has ourished because of its unique commitment to its mission and the most signicant cause of the century: To understand, protect and heal the brain. We have two DOD funded studies, one to accelerate recovery from the symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and the other focusing on Traumatic Brain Injuries for veterans to get help and receive treatment. To qualify for the study, you must be an OEF/OIF era veteran, be between the ages of 18-45 and meet additional inclusion criteria for this PTSD treatment. National Veteran Services U.S Department of Veterans Aairs (Vet Success) 1200 Circle Drive, Suite 400. Fort Worth, TX 76119 (817) 534-3563 | Provide a wide array of services to a diverse population. Our Employment Programs help individuals prepare for entry into the job market, identify employment opportunities, and learn job retention techniques. Career Counseling services oer educational and vocational guidance. Wounded Warrior Regiment U.S. Department of Veterans Aairs (Suicide Prevention) There are three in Dallas: Annie Joseph, RN; Linda Sanders, LCSW; Patricia Bob, RN (214) 857-0706

One in Fort Worth: Joyce Sanders-King, LCSW (817) 730-0114 One in Bonham: Jim Atkins, LCSW (903) 583-6770. If youre a Veteran in crisis or know a Veteran who is, VA oers help that can made a dierence. The VA crisis line is staed by caring, qualied VA responders, many are veteran themselves who understand what Veterans have been through. The condential Veterans Crisis Line, online chat and text service are available to all Veterans, Service members, their families and friends, even if they are not registered with the VA or enrolled in VA health care. Call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1 | Chat at | Text to 838255 *Find your local Suicide Prevention Coordinator at: Locator State Veteran Services Texas Veterans Commission Employment Services 140 W. Mitchell St., Arlington, TX 76010 4701 E. Lancaster Ave., Ft Worth, TX 76103 1400 Circle Dr., Ft Worth, TX 76119 2315 N. Main St. Ft Worth, TX 76164 8701 Bedford-Euless Rd., Hurst, TX 76053 Claims Assistance 2201 S.E Loop 820, Ft Worth, TX 76119 Oce phone numbers can be found at Our purpose has always been to act as the state appointed advocate of Texas veterans as they attempt to secure the benets rightfully earned in exchange for their service in our nations armed forces. Texas Veterans Land Board (VLB) Primarily engaged in providing long-term, low interest rate loans to eligible Texas veterans for the purposes of purchasing loans, housing and making home improvements. County Veteran Services Dallas County Veteran Services 2377 N. Stemmons Fwy, Ste. 631, Dallas, TX 75207 (972) 692-4939 The Dallas County Veteran Service Oce assists eligible Veterans and/or their survivors, who reside in Dallas County, in obtaining benets from the U.S. Department of Veterans Aairs (VA) and the State of Texas. Soldier Support 1501-B E. El Paso, Fort Worth, TX, 76107 (817) 569-4644 | (817) 569-4660 Soldier support helps military personnel successfully re-adjust and reintegrate back into society by connecting service members and their families with needed services and resources. The overall goal of soldier support is to promote and enhance the quality of life for veterans and their families by lling in the gaps in their services through access to a seamless community resource coordination process. Tarrant County Veterans Diversion Court 300 W. Belknap, 4th Floor, Fort Worth, TX 76196 (817) 884-3225 Our mission is to successfully habilitate the Justice Involved Veterans (JIV) by diverting them from the traditional criminal justice system and providing them with the tools they need to lead a productive and

Dear Veteran, This resource guide is given in honor of all the Veterans who have served to protect our country and freedom. The sacrices you and service are inspiring and we understand how life. Tarrant County is grateful for your service. The providers listed in this guide are dedicated in helping you live a stable and full life. We hope all the services listed in this guide will your needs. We are pleased to present this Veterans within our community. Best Regards, Veterans Coal
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