Please share the new YouTube series, Military Matters: Money Matters with any veterans, service members, or community partners at large who you think may benefit!
Angie Peacock lost 40 pounds in two months from stress and dehydration while serving in Baghdad, but coming home to Missouri was also hell. After she was medically retired from the Army, her isolation and depression deepened. Post-traumatic stress disorder. Substance abuse. Homelessness. Suicidal thoughts. Now, the 35-year-old has her life back, and she credits a national organization that opened a Kansas City area office. (The picture is of Peacock and her service dog, G.I. Joe.)
Stateside Legal -- Our Veterans line is 859-957-0734. Add us to the list! This website is designed for members of the military, Veterans, their families and advocates. The goals of statesidelegal.org are to help Service members and Veterans:
This four-part guide details monetary, health care and employment services and support benefits, and helps outline the interaction between government benefits and employment or self-employment. The goal is to provide Veterans and their families enough information to understand how work income can affect benefits. It provides tools so they can stay financially secure while remaining eligible for supports and services, and assists in transitioning away from supports when appropriate, in a planned process
The ultimate link to all benefits and services offered to Veterans. Very comprehensive site and easy to use. Find all the information you need in one place. http://www.va.gov/
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