DID YOU KNOW?
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs estimates that PTSD afflicts: Almost 31 percent of Vietnam veterans, as many as 10 percent of Gulf War (Desert Storm) veterans, 11 percent of veterans of the war in Afghanistan.
When you Google the word “Veteran”, you will get over 293,000 results in less than 2 seconds. How do you know where to begin???
Many well-known websites – including local, state and federal Veteran Affairs offices and national veteran’s organizations – are completely legitimate and looking out for your best interests. As you scroll further down, it is not quite as clear. Unfortunately, there are many individuals that try to take advantage of veterans. For that reason, we have provided several links below to local and national organizations that we have fully investigated and know to be trusted organizations providing valuable services and/or resources for veterans.
Are you part of or do know of an organization that supporting veterans and their families? Please contact us to request to be added to the list below. We will only add links to organizations after we have done our homework, so it may take a little time.
Trusted Resources for Veterans:
The following forms might be of help to you. Below you will find the SF 180 as well as the DD forms 150 and the 293 these are for requesting records, discharge upgrades, and asking for other relief from the DoD. Please contact us if you have any questions or need further assistance.
Published in Papillion Times April 4, 2022 Adam Branting PAPILLION — Echoes of the tumultuous Vietnam era suffused the ceremonial groundbreaking for the Nebraska