Veteran Resources

Veteran Resources

The following sites have been provided to the Disabled Patriot Fund through other people and organizations. The Disabled Patriot Fund does not directly support any company/organization associated with websites info.  DPF is not responsible for any damages caused by visiting these sites.

moranfamilyofbrands.com/franchise-opportunity/ – Moran Industries help veterans interested in opening up a franchise.

www.healerwarrior.us/ – The mission of the Healer Warrior Initiative is to create a Veterans self-care program teaching natural, non-invasive therapies for the treatment of Veterans, their families, and fellow Veterans to reduce physical, emotional, and mental pain in order to reduce the high number of Veteran suicides.

www.osfa.illinois.edu/aid/scholarships/waivers_COV.html – The Children of Veterans Tuition Waiver is a four-year consecutive in-state tuition waiver at the University of Illinois given to natural or legally adopted children of service members who were veterans of World War II, the Korean Conflict, the Vietnam Conflict, the Southwest Asia Conflict, Operation Enduring Freedom, and Operation Iraqi Freedom.

www.onlinecolleges.net/for-students/college-guide-for-veterans –   Military branches and non-profits provide active duty service members, veterans, and their family member with ample funding opportunities for college. Funding and training for current personnel are usually designed to help you complete a certificate or degree program around your military schedule. Veterans have access to monthly school funding of up to $1,500 per month and career development training. Spouses and children of servicemembers and veterans are often eligible for tuition, educational supply assistance, and child-care aid.  Please note the programs discussed in this article exclusively apply to U.S. military servicemembers.

http://whitman.syr.edu/ebv/ – This website is for wounded veterans who want to become entrepreneurs – for week long training – all expenses paid – airfare, hotel and meals.

www.jeremystomfoundation.org– In May of 2011, the foundation was started in memory of their son Jeremy, named the Jeremy Stom Remembrance Foundation (JSRF). Their mission was to help adolescents between the ages of 13-18 participate in recreational activities.

https://www.comed.com/customer-service/assistance-programs/Pages/champ.aspx – ComEd Assistance Programs

http://www.annuity.org/veterans/ – Those who served in the military may qualify for the Veterans Pension, which is a monthly monetary benefit that is tax-free. Unfortunately, veterans and their families sometimes don’t know what options are available to them due to the complexity of annuities. This is a new page we just created especially for those who served.

https://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/veterans-affordable-college-guide/ – Veteran’s Guide to Making College Affordable

https://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/veteran-college-success/ – College Success Guide for Veterans