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Following are links to  many of the services available to veterans to assist them in obtaining federal, state, and local benefits to which they are entitled based upon service in the armed forces of the United States.  The veteran's community consists of veterans, their dependents, and the survivors of deceased veterans.  








  • American Legion, Department of California

  • American Legion Linda Post 807
    (530) 742-6989
    5477 Feather River Blvd, Olivehurst, CA 95961

  • The American Legion
    (530) 671-4652
    1425 Veterans Memorial Cir, Yuba City, CA 95993

  • Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No 2563
    (530) 674-1960
    1425 Veterans Memorial Cir, Yuba City, CA 95993

  • Welcome Home Vets
    (530) 272-3300
    Grass Valley, CA 95945

  • Veterans of Foreign Wars-Dept of California
    (916) 449-8850
    1510 J St, Sacramento, CA 95814

  • Vietnam Veterans of America Inc
    (916) 481-6020
    PO Box 255484, Sacramento, CA 95865

  • Honor the Fallen Foundation
    (530) 750-2005
    1949 5th St, Davis, CA 95616

  • Veterans FGN Wars Post 2655
    (530) 265-8396
    415 N Pine St, Nevada City, CA 95959

  • American Veterans
    (916) 429-1663
    4404 Fruitridge Rd, Sacramento, CA 95820 


Other Veterans Services or Organizations





Financial Assistance for Veterans

Financial concerns are a fact of life for many American veterans. Regular moves and redeployments can be an expensive business, and with the job market still recovering from the recession, it may take a little time to find a new position upon discharge. Thankfully, help it as at hand from a number of organizations.

Debt Relief for Veterans

A veteran returning from service may also be faced with debt concerns. Studies show that former military personnel are more likely to struggle with credit card debt than the average civilian, and the build-up of such concerns can be every bit as worrying as immediate or impending financial hardship.

  • offers advice on how to chip away at credit card debt.

  • is an organization that assists consumers with debt concerns, and have policies in place for veterans.

  • InCharge are a charity that provides help and assistance to Americans struggling with debt and again focuses on military personnel.

  • The American Legion can offer advice and support.

Housing for Veterans

Housing is also a concern for military personnel. Military housing can be removed from an equation if somebody leaves the armed forces, and the statistics that detail homeless veterans do not make for pretty reading. As always, never be shy about looking into your options, of which there are many.

Employment and Education for Veterans

A return to civilian life can be daunting for any veteran, even once the primary concerns of housing and finance are resolved. What will you do for work, and what options are available to you for re-training?

Benefit Entitlement for Veterans

Services and Compensation for Injured Veterans

Any of the brave men and women you sacrifice their physical well-being for their country are entitled to various benefits upon their discharge.

Mental Health Concerns for Veterans

It isn’t just physical injury that can afflict military personnel; many veterans understandably experience struggles with their mental health following the high-pressure nature of life in the armed forces and the culture shock of transitioning to civilian life.

Summary of Useful Links

As a nation, we owe a huge debt of thanks to brave the men and women of our armed forces who have fought and sacrificed to protect our freedom. This debt can be repaid by making their transition into civilian life as comfortable and tranquil as possible, and by following the steps detailed in this guide, there is no reason why this should not be the case. Help is always at hand to those who need it, provided they know where to turn; below is a list of all the links that have been discussed in this article.


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