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Congressman Pete Sessions

Representing the 32nd District of Texas

Resources for North Texas Veterans

The North Texas area is home to thousands of veterans whom I am proud to represent. Our veterans deserve our endless gratitude for their selfless service to our great nation. There are multiple organizations throughout our region who provide different opportunities and resources for our veterans. These organizations play an integral role in helping veterans find work, transition into civilian life, and serve as a support system for those who have put their lives on the line for our freedom. Here is a list of different organizations in our region. In addition, my team is always happy to  help with any veterans issue so if you have any questions please feel free to contact Lydia Spaun in my District Office at 972.392.0505 or via email,





4900 S Lancaster Road

Dallas TX 75216

Rehab Spot Focused on helping veterans struggling with addictiona and mental health
Veteran Center of North Texas

The Veteran Center of North Texas provides the following services: 

-  Data base of qualified service providers
- Identify all of the veteran's needs

- connect veterans to qualified service providers 


Veteran Center of North Texas (VCONT)

900 E Park

Plano, TX 75074


    Homeless Veterans Services of Dallas (HVSD)

The Veterans Resource Day Center provides veteran-centric day services to homeless vets including access to showers, laundry, and healthcare services. HVSD helps prevent homelessness by connect veterans to resources for employment, education, and transitional housing.



AMVETS mission is to enhance and safeguard the entitlements for all American Veterans who have served honorably and to improve the quality of life for them and their families

State Service Officer: John Cook


    Vietnam Veterans of America

VVA’s goals are to promote and support the full range of issues important to Vietnam veterans


    Texas Veterans Commission

TVC assists veterans with claims representation and counseling services in all matters pertaining to veterans’ disability benefits and rights. TVC also assists veterans with employment resources

    VBA Homeless Veterans Outreach


Sylvia Figueroa


    Battle-Buddy Info

Online Directory of Military Resources for active duty, veterans and their caregivers. Military focused non-profits and resources are listed that provide direct assistance and information

Charlynn Johns


    PTSD Foundation of America    


PTSD Foundation of America is dedicated to mentoring combat veterans and their families, networking with government agencies, service organizations, churches and private sector businesses

Charles Moore


    Disabled Veterans Outreach Program (DVOP)

Specialists on site to provide intensive services to meet the employment needs of disabled veterans, with emphasis directed toward serving those who are economically or educationally disadvantaged, including homeless veterans, and veterans with barriers to employment

    Women Veterans Enterprise Center 

Developing strategic alliances and opportunities while providing on-site services to help women veteran business owners scale for success

VR Small



County veteran service offices provide assistance, counsel and advocacy for veterans, spouses, widows and dependents, helping them to obtain state and federal veterans’ benefits.

Dallas County: 972-692-4939

2377 N Stemmons #631

Tarrant County: 817-531-5645

1200 Circle Dr #300

Collin County: 972-881-3060

900 E Park Blvd #150

Denton County: 940-349-2950



Military Veteran Peer Network

Military Veteran Peer Network (MVPN) is a peer-to-peer network of support for veterans, military and their families. Individuals supply peer support as well as resources veterans may not be aware of available to them.


Scott Smith (Veteran Treatment Court)

Tarrant – Grapevine – Dallas




Military Veteran Peer Network




Domingo Rodriguez

Tarrant - Dallas


Ginger Simonson

Denton – Flower Mound


Clark Gullette

Collin – Prosper


LaJohn McDonald

Tarrant – Fort Worth



22Kill is a global movement bridging the gap between veterans and like-minded individuals to build a community of support and understanding the issue of veteran suicide.

The Virtual Veteran Advocate Map identifies committed individuals willing to talk to veterans in crisis.

13625 Neutron Rd


The Mission Continues

Redeploying veterans on new missions at home, integrating veterans to assist with community service projects

JJ Selvig


Team Rubicon

Redeploying  veterans on emergency response missions; community service projects

Klebe Brumble


Team RWB

Builds inclusion and leadership for all veteran of any branch, families, and civilians; connecting veterans to the community through fitness and social activity

Anna Thompson: DFW Chapter

Chris McAllister: Veteran Outreach Dir





Cohen Military Family Clinic


Steven A Cohen Military Family Clinic at Metrocare provides quality, accessible, and comprehensive mental health care to veterans and their families regardless of ability to pay. Services are available to any person who has served regardless of role or discharge status

Amy Williams, PhD Clinical Director


16160 Midway Rd, Suite 218

Addison TX 75001

    Operation Healthy Reunions

The Veterans Coalition program Operation Healthy Reunions provides easy access to care through a network of 75 mental health professionals across the DFW Metroplex

Fred Gregory



    Recovery Resource

Addiction, anger management, couples, marriage and family counseling; Peer support counseling services

Michelle McQueen


2700 Airport Freeway

Fort Worth TX 76111


    Stay the Course

Evidence based therapies to individuals, couples and families; Military and first responder culture proficiency; sliding scale fee based treatment as well as some qualifying free therapy;

Tempa Sherrill


2501 Parkview Dr #200A

Fort Worth TX 76102


    Equest: Hooves for Heroes

Empowers veterans and military families to take charge of their civilian transitions. Services are offered to active duty service personnel, members of the Guard or Reserve, or any veteran and their immediate family at NO COST.

Jeff Hensley

972-412-1099 ext 220

    Grace After Fire

FEMALE VETERANS: Peer to peer counseling, support services, MST counseling




    Red Cross

American Red Cross Service to the Armed Forces provides emergency financial assistance or shelter for veterans and active duty service members through partnerships with military aid societies

Dallas Co: 214-678-4800

Tarrant Co: 817-335-9137

    Family Endeavors


Provides case management and emergency financial assistance. Provides money for deposits as well as help with acquiring VA benefits that may be available

Dallas: 214-263-9880

Fort Worth: 817-537-5370


    Operation Once in a Lifetime

Provides free financial and morale support to service members, their families


    Bed Start    

Faith-based ministry to assist veterans moving through transitional housing with beds and additional household furnishings


    Metro Care Services

Has specific programs for dependents of veterans as well as good bank at various locations

Check website for nearest location

    North Texas Food Bank

Local food bank also provides senior food assistance programs for low income seniors

Check website for nearest location

    Hope for the Warriors

POST 9/11 ONLY Provides a full cycle of care in the areas of career transition, education, health and wellness, sports and recreation as well as community and military relations

Gus Cabarcus





     Boots to Heels

FEMALE VETERANS: Peer to peer, support services, counseling; life-skills transition assistance

Brandy Baxter


2050 Stemmons FWY #181





    Veterans Coalition of North Central Texas

VCNCT mission is to build bridges in the community to assist veterans with reintegration. Their program Operation Healthy Reunions provides easy access to care through a network of 75 mental health professionals.

    Veterans Coalition of Tarrant County

VETCO mission is to improve the quality of life for service members, veterans, and their families. Website also has an online directory of resources

    Veterans Center of North Texas

VCONT assists veterans of all ages who reside in North Texas, navigate the network of public and private agencies to receive assistance for issues they may be facing.

    Denton County Veterans Coalition

The Coalition serves as an advocate for veterans and families, and facilitates collaboration among veterans organizations and community resources


Homeless Veterans Program: Document on benefits and assistance available

Vet Centers: Vet Centers provide a broad range of counseling, outreach and referral services to combat veterans and their families. Services may include areas such as Post Traumatic Stress, drug assessment and suicide prevention. All services are free of cost and strictly confidential.